Lyttelton Guest House

Address: 123 Selbourne Avenue, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 123 Selbourne Avenue, Pretoria.
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Lion walks and the almighty fridge!

A travel blog entry by pixiekatten on Jun 05, 2015

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... worth the trip. How can I possibly explain these emotions of pure bliss and awe? How can I in one blog post forward all the thoughts that have been running trough my head since my arrival? I could never anticipate that my meeting with the big cats would have this kind of impact. Naturally I expected to be moved by the very sight of them, and I figured that it would contribute to me working even harder to save lions and provide me with an even greater focus on the ...

Summary of all Site Visits

A travel blog entry by onestepahead on Aug 22, 2013

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... are 1) counter-cyclical 2) debt-sustainability and 3) inter-generational fairness. Pressing issues are the low tax-base (~20% of population), small fiscal moving space and persistent budget deficits.

SARB –South African Reserve Bank
Since 2000, the SARB follows inflation targeting goal, set at 3-6% by the government (→ no goal ...


A travel blog entry by bryeurop2013 on Jun 19, 2013


After all the planning, stress, the plunging rand and counting down all the sleeps, the time has finally arrived. Today we begin our adventure to Europe, where new friendships will be made, seeing awesome sights, seeing what we have learnt in English, History and Art, and most importantly ...

My Journey in Africa so far!

A travel blog entry by joshua_nash on Dec 12, 2012

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... functionality. At first you feel scared by the hustling craziness of the city. The reports of crime and the sirens you hear at night make you feel isolated in your paranoid mindset. After a while, you find yourself acclimatising, which doesn't necessarily mean you stop looking over your shoulder, but just that those kind of actions become a part of you. It continues to astonish me though how South Africa can be so riddled with crime when everyone you meet is ...

Intimate Relations

A travel blog entry by marielbird on Feb 07, 2011

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The things I've seen in South Africa so far have been varied yet familiar. They are beautiful and strange and confusing and simple all at the same time. I have spent enough time abroad to no longer be shocked by things that are different, but have yet to make them my own. I have found in these past two weeks that there are certain things I cannot accept in terms of my lifestyle; things, privileges even, that I ...

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