Protea Hotel Centurion
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... of the skull of Australopithecus Africanus, a hominid that lived 2.1 million years ago and the 4 million year old remains of 'Little Foot’ and almost complete ape – man skeleton.
Sterkfontein is also known for its livestone cave which is estimated to be 2.2 million years old and where many of the prime excavations have taken place (and continue to do so), resulting in the findings of more than 500 hominid fossils and ...
... Namibia (so much sand! ;)).
... checking a speech. The president of the club was addressing the exchanges students currently at the school. "Shevan, Hugo and James from Australia and ... from Tazania.' ( they're actually from Tasmania) I personally found the confusion of Tasmania and Tanzania very amusing as well as the distinct separation that Tasmania isn't Australia. Nobody laughed at the time. Not the best mistake to make when referring to the importance of Global Awareness.
The one good ...
... harbour and docks built in the 1880’s by convict labour. The V&A Waterfront is much more recent, having been re-developed over the past couple of decades, and is connected to the CBD by a canal – a 20 minute ferry trip.
Next day picked up our rental car, and because there was still no sign of Table Mountain (hiding under the table cloth cloud) we headed off to the Cape of Good Hope. Most of the drive ...
... Some had shed-like units on their property - these they rent - they have no toilets or running water. Tofo, our driver, said that many young men like to rent these to get out of the family home and live on their own. Also others come to Soweto thinking they will get a good job and buy a home but it doesn't work out and they end up living in a shed with no toilet or running water.