Karos Johannesburger

60 Twist Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Day 2: Joberg to Pretoria

A travel blog entry by garytan

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... left the Cape Colony between 1835 and 1854.
On 8 July 2011 the Voortrekker Monument, designed by the architect Gerard Moerdijk, was declared a National Heritage Site by the South ...

Sorting out internet, mobile phone and car

A travel blog entry by africa1213

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On list of things to do today is: find out about Internet wifi access, how to get phone connection and start inquiring about a car. My aunt Jenny has kindly lent me her car for a few days as she is in Cape Town. Driving on the correct side of the road, first time driving and first time on left hand side of road after a month of right hand side, maryanne, Joshua and I drive to the shopping centre. Felt so good to drive again...freedom... ...

The Deep End

A travel blog entry by marielbird

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“Well,” I said, “my father is from Jamaica and my mother’s family is English, so I suppose you would say I am mixed.”

Unsure of how the students were going to take this information, I was pleasantly surprised.

As I looked around the classroom four, then five, then six kids broke into smiles.

This was my first day.

This was Atteridgeville. And the classroom rang with the sound of silent applause.
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Lion Park

A travel blog entry by trent

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... 8217;re not albinos. Their white fur comes from a genetic defect and they have to be protected because they’re not as adept hunters as their golden relatives (limited ability to hide in the savannah) and hunters prize their rare white fur. Amazing!

The last enclosure hosted a magnificent golden male lion with the more common dark mane and his brood of lionesses. Being able to drive through the lion areas really made the park worth visiting in my opinion. ...

Safari and Cultural Exchange

A travel blog entry by amandawall

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... done. :)

When we got back to the University, we all had dinner in the hall and had our cultural exchange. We were each told to bring some knick-knacks that represented our culture. So I went to the Target dollar section and bought some Fourth of July hats and glasses. They were a hit! All the other countries loved them and I got a LOT of cool stuff in return.

This entry has a ton of pictures, so I hope you enjoy them. ...

Location

This hotel, located on 60 Twist Street, Pretoria, is near The Blue Train, President Paul Kruger House, Sammy Marks House, and Melrose House.
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