Leriba Hotel And Spa
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... the Dunkirk retreat on its front page, lying there casually amongst a pile of old newspapers and magazines! Other features of this amazing tour were stone carvings of rhino, hippo and antelope on rocks lying around in the open bush, which were at least 2,000 years old. Our guide was also a very knowledgeable birder and we spent at least an hour on a bridge spanning the Vaal, watching the amazing water birds ‘fishing’ at the dam there.
... more than 40 confirmed and the final count attending was 12. This being the first such event i ever arranged are now almost in a total flat spin, but i hold my own and put out a bet that we will beat the attendance of the previous conference. Rick raises the stakes and as us to nominate numbers with the closest person, winning a bottle Johnny Black. My number is ...
... out with our guide, once again thankful that we were not at the wheel. Peak hour, not fun in any city Johannesburg included. Having made it to the CBD first stop was Ghandi square. A stroll past the old high court and you find yourself in middle of what looks like and essentially is a bus terminal. In amongst all that action a statue commemorating the works of Ghandi. A short drive around the corner and we found ourselves outside the abandoned Carlton Hotel. Nobody seems to know ...
... produces 11% of the World Diamonds by value, after Botswana's 28% and Russia's 21%. Cullinan welcomes visitors to all the surface activities, a small museum and a sales department. We also saw a training institute for young people seeking a career in diamond cutting and setting. They practice with cooper and later, silver. The institute is 30 hours a week for two years. The stone homes of former managers have been converted into restaurants and small shops. In Pretoria ...
... 3 hours from Jo'burg). He joined a MTB/Run event, so 14km action every day! Gina, us and some friends had a bit of a lazy and drinking wine weekend! Unfortunately the weather was bad, it was cold and rainy. Discovered our tent was not waterproof! After all we had a wonderful weekend, met lot's of nice people and the wine was good!
We stayed 2 and a half weeks in Jo'burg and we almost felt citizens of the city. Ian and Gina were so kind to take ...