Karos Johannesburger

Address: 60 Twist Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 60 Twist Street, Pretoria, is near President Paul Kruger House, Sammy Marks House, Church Square, and Melrose House.
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Coelocanths and Mrs. Ples

A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on May 29, 2014

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... delicious. They do things to vegetables there as well that are just phenomenal.

Afterwards, we went to the National Zoo, which was amazing. They had far too many scarlet Ibises for my taste; but it was very well done. They had a very large variety of animals. I got to see all the school kids running around, SOOO cute; I'm all in favour of school uniforms, they're like little suits.

Last few days at Cora and Simon's

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Nov 30, 2012

49 photos

... time before we get to enjoy time in their haven of a garden – and that is sad for me.

I’m excited to see Johannesburg and to see Gary and Werna’s house. They’ve spent the last couple of years completely renovating it and the pictures are lovely. Indeed, this is the case. After driving past the lights of the city, we arrive at theirs. The gate slides aside and we are granted access to a beautiful garden situation ...

Lions and Tigers Oh My!

A travel blog entry by clareawasw on Oct 31, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... The Wonder Cave was not discovered again for many years, and only open to the public since 1991. Wonder Cave has about 14 stalactite and stalagmite formations, with some of the formations reaching as high as 15 meters. 85% of the formations in the cave is still growing.

You have to take over 80 steps down the steep cave entrance to the lift which is like a little cage. It's pretty scary if you, like me, don't love heights. Once inside the cave it's worth ...

A little bit of work and a little bit of play

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Apr 05, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... beg. The women and these tiny bubs strapped to their backs – not even their own babies apparently, are dropped off in the morning and picked up at night. Purpose is to get sympathy with the babies to solicit for money. The poor bubbies spend the entire day strapped in – their whole experience of growing up taking place on a street corner. Her church (NG) has been involved trying to put a stop to this awful practise. I tell you these stories not to ...

Cheetah Reserve & the Red Eye Home

A travel blog entry by jlemasur on Jul 29, 2010

... this would turn out to be the best ending to a great trip! Two Dutch girls that we had met at Fleming were doing research there and they got us a behind the scenes tour, all for free! It was awesome! We got to see all of the cheetahs, even ones called king cheetahs which is caused from a reserve allele but it is awesome. In the beginning you could pay some money to get your picture taken and pet one of the cheetahs but being cheap we ...

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