Faircity Mapungubwe Hotel Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... up for my last African sunrise, I heard the distinctive pattering of rain on the aluminium roofing and overhangs. It made my last sunrise here cloudy, cold, and wet. Its so uncharacterisic of Joburg. It was like I was in Cape Town. It made my departure more doleful I think. But ohhh the smell of the gardens today was jovial and exciting, a deep plant smell in the damp. The schlep to the Gautrain was a pain, fortunately, they helped ...
The day before we arrived it had been Richards 60th birthday. And this Sunday was his birthday party, which was a garden party and the food cooked in a Potjie, three legged pot. During the morning we all worked to re arrange furniture and set the garden ready for his guests. Mac and Denzil got the big wood burner out loaded the wood. Once the Potjie was ready it would be placed ...
... br style="font-family: Helvetica; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">He is part of the Kara tribe, whose people live in three primary villages here. The first one is Korcho, which is close to the airstrip we landed at. Tourists spend three days driving, camping out along the way, to get to this village and spend an hour taking photos of the people dressed in traditional dress, with the ornate painting on their bodies. As we pull up, we are excited to ...
... rules to eat in the bus, what was he to do? Douglas also tried to point out to the restaurant owner that the laws had been changed... The restaurant owner said to get out! As the conversation was obviously getting agitated, the people on the tour started asking Douglas what was going on. He explained to them that the owner was telling him to get out. The organizers of the trip immediately started telling the rest of the tourists to get up, get ...
... Nix and wife Christine, and we headed off to Mabalingwe Game?? Reserve. Actually it was a nature reserve and there was very little game, no cats and pouring with rain so we didn't see much - to the point that we had to visit the Lion Park on the way back to Johannesburg just so we could get our fix of the big game lol, how long have we been living in London for? Saying this though, the place we stayed was absolutely beautiful and we had the most fabulous ...