Indlovu Lodge & Conference Venue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Boksburg
... the community is the center of your world. Several people asked us to take their pictures especially the kids. The best way I can explain the Kliptown Youth Center is an oasis in a desert of extreme poverty. Kids getting computer lessons, running around laughing and playing soccer. It was no different than an school in the states. The computer lab was added through a grant $$ awarded to Thulani as one of the top ten CNN Heroes. The best part of our visit ...
Had such an amazing breakfast then head to the museum. We stop at the stadium for some pictures. The atadium was builded for World Cup. Then we went to Soweto. The poverty area. We went to the church where shots in the wall. Then go to the museum. What I remember most is when I toke the pictures with those high school kids. They r so adorable, they almost make me cry. I love ...
... can see the whales along the whole coast!
We went kayaking with a guide to get a better look and knowledge about these magnificant creatures. Okay there a rules we need to keep a distance to protect them and ourselves! Lucky us directly in the beginning a whale popped up just in front of our kayak!!! So huge and impressing to see it from closeby, when the head was in front of us the body was underneed our kayak.....and this was just a baby ...
... on Saturday afternoon. My FSA colleagues Lodie, Alta, Nicole and Petra, thank you for being there for me and showing interest. So many FSA families, participants and friends are following the project and the walk. Last obedience lesson with Zoe the border collie on Saturday. Thank you to Birch Acres Dog Training Centre for your enthusiastic participation in our project. Over R 2000 from members and their families as well as ...
... is of course that there are so many other places we also want to return to. Our journey has taken us through Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and finally South Africa and honestly if we have the opportunity we would love to return to all of them. They are all unique in there own ways and this blog cannot account for the thousands and thousands of unique (and not possible to put into words) memories they have given us. Africa, it's been spectacular. Thank ...