Protea Hotel Capital
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and drink and a film then to try and sleep...... Bring back tents and hammocks! But at least I get my bed tomorrow- I've only slept in a bed twice since I left the UK and no baths since last year- I wonder if the 'suntan' will jut wash off? My best bits of the Whole trip: getting there: it took 5 weeks! Leopard just coming around the corner of the road, gave me an amazing feeling Dune 45: getting to the top All the new people I ...
... watching than the racing. A man siting on the concrete steps with his braai (BBQ) gas bottle and hot plate, cooking pork chops. A cot set up for a child to sleep right next to the racetrack, notice a fire in a braai ...... Just burning, interesting, after it was ready a man picked it up and carried it away to start cooking dinner. A man standing by the fence, dressed in typical ...
... the routes, although visitors are explicitly warned against even considering taking these on pain of finding themselves with a bullet in the head. With this in mind, I was happy to pay the fare for the Gautrain.
This train is the apple in the SA government’s eye; pristine and safe. There are at least two armed guards on every platform and even more on the train itself. Eating and drinking is strictly forbidden, to the extent that when ...
... big day in Jo'burg would be one of a culture shock. So what is there to do in Jo'burg after spending four months in West African countries, shop of course. As we set off to the Sandton City Shopping Centre in a taxi, we started to feel symptons of a culture shock. Driving through the classy suburbs of Jo'burg, we passed massive houses, fenced with high walls, barbed wire and electric fences, with 'armed response' security signs displayed. Okay, this was not the village huts ...
... my duties, finishing off on a huge high note that not even Justin Bieber could pull off! Everything went smoothly and by the end of my time with them they had exchanged details with me and had offered me a place to stay in London if I was ever over there. My owner even offered me box seats to watch a cricket game at Lords...how cool is that! A real testament to the type of people they are. It was that same day that they left that I had my flight booked back to SA. So very ...