Pfamoni Executive Accommodation

Modderfontein Road, 1685, Midrand, Gauteng, 1685, South Africa | Hotel
 

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Day 1 - Arrival at Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by mikewho19

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... were lined on the opposite direction from the United States.

As we could not check into the hotel until approximately 3PM in the afternoon, they began by taking us around Johannesburg for some cultural visits. We went up a tower that was located within a mall in which we were able to see the city in every direction. We also visited a part of the city which was known as Gandhi Square. It was mostly local shops around ...

March 2014

A travel blog entry by passera

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AMAZON We stay 1 night in Lima and catch an uneventful flight to the jungle city of Iquitos the next morning. Iquitos can only be reached by air or rivers, there are no roads. The city is large and used to be prosperous but you wouldn’t know that now. The humidity is very high to the point where breathing is an effort. We find a hotel near the amazon river in the centre where the restaurants are. Across the street, the river is so wide that the scenery is quite dull. Iquitos ...

First 2 Days in South Africa

A travel blog entry by mattcurry77

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... residents, it is spread out over a large area comparable to that of Los
Angeles. Jo’Burg is South Africa’s largest economy, 70% of all SA’s companies
are headquartered here and it generates 16.5% of the country’s wealth and
employs 12% of the National workforce. It’s relatively young city formed in 1886
when gold was discovered which proved to be the world’s richest gold bearing
ore body. Under Paul Kruger’s ZAR ...

Perth to Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by muzza22au

After a turbulent take off in Perth my flight to joburg was underway. The staff and crew were very friendly and the food was great. For dinner I had chicken breast which was succulent and juicy with veggies. I also tried two different red South African wines which were also tasty. The flight was smooth and uneventful. Coming into Johannesburg it was dark but the city is lit up quite nicely, I cannot wait to see ...

Culture shock in Jo'burg!

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren

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... cheese like feta in it. It was awesome!
We were having a culture shock in terms of being in a Western country again, but in terms of the South Africa history and culture, we didn't know too much about it, so we headed off on a day tour of Soweto and the Apartheid Museum.
Soweto is a township just outside of Jo'burg with a population of 4.5 million people. This township was set up in the early 1900's in order to remove people from the bubonic plague, then eventually ...

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