Faircity Mapungubwe Hotel Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Anthea, being back to the country of her birth, has a reasonable number of family around. One of her cousins, Anne, lives in Blolemfontein, some miles away in the next province.Anne and her husband Roger where in Jo'Burgh to visit their daughter, grandson and family. It was such a great oportunaty for a get together. We decided to shop for the weekend first. An interesting experience for Mac to see the ...
... to time to catch up on writing and reading, doing our Bible study together, and just enjoying this wonderfully amazing place.
Lunch is great, our chef, Justus, is here from Kenya, and we enjoy fantastic conversation with Lale about his people and their culture for two hours after lunch. Then, we take a little break, ...
... in the front lobby. Unfortunately, I am unable to say goodbye to the friendly Thami. Michael's group bought local treats such as ginger beer and cook sisters. We all try the ginger beer and chocolates before our bus arrives. Whew! Ginger beer is a bit too strong for me. We share the rest of the snacks on the bus ride.
I am going to "love you and leave you" Lindsey and Jack. What ...
After about 20 hours (total, only 10 on the flight from Amsterdam to S.A.) of air time, I have arrived in Johannesburg, where I will reside for the next 7 hours.
Had a wonderful flight from Amsterdam to Johannesburg. Sat by a South African woman who works for the Norwegian Embassy. We chatted for a good while, she referred a couple of books to me about elephants and rhinos, and gave me her business card and instructed me to e-mail her if I need anything and she will ...
... shopping centres, and schools.
Our first activity of the day was a walking 'township tour' of the inner Soweto area, and visits to numerous working initiatives to gain an experience of township life. Susan had excitedly told us that our tour guides were local, young entrepreneurs from the area who had built their business on ‘real life’ tours to promote their home town. One of the initial persuasive factors of The Peace Train was ...