The Palazzo Montecasino
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- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... was also bunting and ribbon decorations which gave the markets a great feel. The food looked absolutely amazing, however I had just had breakfast so settled for an exotic, organic drink. One particular stall belonged to the fudge man, whom had a sample of every single one of his 60 flavours. I rad 'Hot Chocolate' on the label and thought it sounded delicious however it was only after I carelessly threw the entire sample in my mouth that I realised Hot was referring to the chilli ...
... until 4am. Luckily we were able to wait on the bus as the queue was ridiculously long! We finally entered South Africa just after 4am and stopped for fried chicken and steak at 5am, provided by Intercape :-) With a few hours sleep we finally arrived in Pretoria at midday, greeted by Marc.
Marc is an old bmx friend who used to live in the UK but moved back to South Africa 8 years ago. I had not seen him since he left and it was great to see his smiley face ...
We again drove past little Switzerland before heading north towards Johannesburg and Pretoria stopping at very large service centre on the way for a short break. We arrived at our camping ground on the eastern outskirts of Pretoria for a late lunch. Because the weather was fine we decided to put up the tent for the 2 nights we are here. 5 of us crowded into a taxi and went to this very big ...
... one of the townships where all
the blacks were forcible relocated far outside the city during the Gold Rush
and Apartheid Era to do site visits to some of The Branson Centre of
This is a good point to stop and talk about Apartheid, a brief history of Johannesburg
and the huge inequity and inequality that still exists in SA today.
Johannesburg is the largest city in the world not located near a water source with ...
... They had some really unusual foods from the area including impala, crocodile and ostrich in stews and curries. The restaurant is also famous for its fish so it had to be tried. I had the Hout Bay line fish which was cooked in lemon and oil and was absolutely amazing probably the best fish I’ve ever had.
We were then treated to an African drum demonstration while the waiters were not busy; they were brilliant coming ...