Hotel Villa Toscania

Address: Cnr Oak Ave And Jubilee St., Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cnr Oak Ave And Jubilee St., Kempton Park.
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Travel Blogs from Kempton Park

Leaving Cape Town and saying goodbye

A travel blog entry by loisjhands on Nov 08, 2014

Brekkie at 7 then getting in a quick shop before heading to airport about 11 to fly back to Joburg at 1.35pm. Saying goodbye to Kerry and Rob today. They are heading back home to Taree. It was lovely to meet such nice people. Have thoroughly enjoyed their company and had such fun and laughs. The ROOSTERS contingent has dropped to three, but still winning. Went down to the wharf for some last minutes hooping and picked up ...

Johannesburg Day 2 of Business Visits

A travel blog entry by jenad on Jun 04, 2014

... however we were still able to walk through. Hard hats must be optional! This would definitely be an issue in America. I sent my dad pictures and he laughed. Should have packed a hardhat!

Finally, we met with Chris Hart at Investment Solutions. Wow! All I can say is Wow! This was the best conversation we could have asked for. His honesty was refreshing and willingness to answer our questions thoroughly. We were greeted by a room full of ...

Johannesburg to Kruger

A travel blog entry by julieblyth on Mar 21, 2014

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... became goat tracks just wide enough for the van and very rough. We dropped the girls off at a camping lodge and Emile and Mary were next. They were staying at the next door lodge which was made up of individual tree houses which was very cool. We made it to Thornhill lodge about 2pm with a welcome juice from Charmaine and Jayden. Then as we were kiwis we became part of the family very quickly as Chris, the boss, is from Nelson. ...

Day 42 - The Final Day!

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Nov 14, 2013

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... take a photo, but we managed to scare them off before we had got our cameras primed. Back home we chilled out and awaited the dreaded hour to leave for the airport. Jackie and I somehow managed to squeeze everything into our rucksacks and 6.50pm, Kevin & Val kindly dropped us off at departures, where we said our good-byes. After checking in our bags, I enquired how I could get the tax of 110 rand back on the jeans I had bought. Apparently I should have kept my jeans handy ...

In South Africa

A travel blog entry by sharonrobinson on Sep 24, 2013

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... at Ouidah Beach near Cotonou and is a memorial that was built in remembrance of the Africans that left on slave ships from there. It is called The Door of No Return. I am hoping to go and see it before I start my bus trip up to Natitingou. Apparently the Africans that were shipped out from Benin as slaves went mostly to Haiti. They brought Voodoo, something that is still practiced in Benin, with them to Haiti.

When I was working as a student midwife in ...

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