Kopanong Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Kopanong Hotel and Conference Centre Benoni
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... fantastic hosts and made us feel very welcome. I felt slightly embarrassed to have arrived with just 2 bottles of wine and a 6 pack of beer that had all been cooking in the boot of the car. We had a wonderful dinner of fillet steak grilled on the braai, salad and corn cake, followed by milk pudding. This was accompanied by copious amounts of beer and wine, putting the world to rights, before going to bed around 11.00pm. Song of the Day - Down In A Hole by Alice In ...
... functioning. Public transport isn't the city's strong suit and the only alternative to taking a taxi is to use the unofficial public transit system - the minibus taxi. Used primarily by those who don't have a car, mostly non-whites, they are an affordable way to get around from almost any point in the city to any other. With several criss-crossing routes it can be quite confusing, but there are a few useful hand signals that we learned quickly. ...
... I can't let the next few months pass me by without having actually noted down the memories and activities that lie ahead of me. In a nutshell the past 4 months (January to April) spent in the 'land of the free' was nothing short of fantastic. The majority of my time, 3 months to be exact, was spent in the Golden City of San Francisco on 'JIT'. Besides 11 hours a day being spent pretending to do boring ...
Everything is unbelievably corrupt here, everyone seems to be at it. The worst of them seem to be right at the top, one being the leader of the ANC ruling party, Jacob Zuma and the other being the head of the youth movement, Julius Malema. Until these guys are removed the future for South Africa does not seem great.
Anyways mumbling done now, we headed into Daveyton to meet with Arbal and ...
... for a wildlife project just below Swaziland and three more weeks trying to cover as much ground as possible, leaving for China from Cape Town. I'm scared and nervous yes, sad too, but overall excited. I have no idea what to expect from my travels, or where I'll end up at the end of it. But no one has a good story to tell from sitting still and safe and as I writer I don't know the outcome before the end of the first chapter. That's perhaps the most terrifying and equally exciting ...