Mountain Sanctuary Park

40 km (25 mi) from Magaliesburg on a dirt road, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel

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Remember rule #2?

A travel blog entry by currin


... trip to the bathroom. When I came back, I directed my headlamp to my bed and there on the nice white sheet where I was just lying were two small poop pellets. My only thought was: Are you kidding me? Don't animals know my 2nd rule? No animals in my bed!! I scooped the pellets up on a piece of paper and tried not to think about what critter was crawling around me while I slept but the rustling noise ...

Seychelles here we come!

A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld


... and all agreed it felt a bit like Melrose Arch in Johannesburg & that we would not buy a place there. Somewhere along our trip Jude named Mark "Pappa" and the nickname will stick for the rest of the trip. For dinner We walked down the road & found a local Pizza joint where we paid SR 75 for a draught. We all found Mahe very expensive i.e. SR 110 for water! So after a long day we all decided to retire early and tackle the next day with vigor. Day 3: Saturday 22 March 2014 Our ...

Leaving on a Jet Plane

A travel blog entry by mozambecrazy


... I sigh and buy a coffee, silently asking for the poor cashier's forgiveness for what is about to happen. Steven and I make our way back to the living mass of sleep deprivation that is our compatriots. Some people see the coffee, feverishly ask me for directions like I could get them a dirty hit of smack for five bucks, and make a beeline for the escalators.

Once check-in opens up, we blaze through, making it through security in maybe 15 minutes. P.S. You can legally get on ...


A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik


... bad as I had expected. I think I was expecting squalor and shantytowns. But it’s not. It actually looks a little like Woolwich – just the poor end of town, really. There are also more upmarket areas with sky rises, but not so many.

We then drove through some of the posh residential areas, no longer only inhabited by the ‘whites.’ Many ‘blacks’ now live in these areas and the ...

We Love Jozi - Surprised?

A travel blog entry by oz2africa


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The first homes we saw in Soweto were quite luxurious, owned by well-to-do blacks. This isn't what I thought Soweto was like. We passed by many relatively substantial brick houses of a basic design. After Apartheid, the government built these for the people who were living in the shanties. These houses mostly lie empty. The people didn't want them. Why move there and pay rent, electricity and water ...


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