Pfamoni Executive Accommodation

Address: Modderfontein Road, 1685, Midrand, Gauteng, 1685, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Modderfontein Road, 1685, Midrand.
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Travel Blogs from Midrand

Arrival in JNB

A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Jun 12, 2015

2 photos

... s no jetways, and they parked us at the back of the tarmac. Fortunately, SAA kept their ground time close the advertised one hour and we were back in the air around 6:45am local time with the sun coming up.

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We're now in our rooms at the City Lodge Hotel attached to the O.R. Tambo airport (on top of a parking garage.) We arrived about 1/2 hour ahead of schedule (around 4:25pm local time). The plane was a little more crowded on this second ...

Africa - Balule

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Nov 05, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... point my mind was blown and then a 9 month old baby elephant popped out. Up to a year the little babies are so small they can still walk under their mom's belly. OMG the little guy was absolutely adorable! We watched him fumble up a small hill and our hearts literally melted. While watching the elephants we also saw two buffalo and many, many impalas on the shores of the river. Finally our guide started up the engine and we pulled away from our viewpoint. I have ...

Week 1

A travel blog entry by christie68 on Jun 21, 2014

5 photos

... his car, so at least I will be able to drop him at work and be able to get out and about, viewing places etc. Tuesday: I drove Paul to work in anticipation of receiving a call from one of the agents to go and view a couple of properties she had advised us of, but after ringing her all day and sending messages she finally answered the phone at 5pm and said she no longer worked there, she had only mailed us 36 hours earlier, so I sent a mail to another contact and hope ...

Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Mar 25, 2014

4 comments, 7 photos

... its right perspective.

As like most European countries, South Africa used to consist of numerous small tribal areas. The Zulu tribe being the most significant. In the 1400’s the first explorers arrived from Portugal, followed in the mid 1600’s by the Dutch who set up supply station for the the ships of the Dutch East India Company. The British entered the area in late ...

Up and away

A travel blog entry by margyot on Sep 21, 2013

After Ricc's wise advice on passport roulette, leaving went smoothly. The plane was full and I found that the passenger next to me allowed her bony elbow to poke me all the way to Dubai. Eight hours later we gratefully said goodbye to the airline wondering what an upgrade would cost from Sardine to comfy Ok where is my ...

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