The Lakes Hotel and Conference Center

No 1 Country Lane, Benoni, Gauteng, 1500, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on No 1 Country Lane, Benoni.
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Travel Blogs from Benoni

Pioneers reunited and ready for adventure!

A travel blog entry by pioneers2012 on Aug 28, 2012

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... who would still be in South Africa right now and provide reason enough for us to still be hanging around here”. We wanted to build a story based on people we already knew and things we’d already done, e.g. work full-time for AIESEC, so that if pressed we could go on at length. The winning fake fiancÚ? Rahul. (Cheers bud!)
-Sarah chose a fake fiancÚ as well in case they’d let her try on dresses too (they did). She apparently ...

One night in Daveyton

A travel blog entry by tommyafrica2011 on Oct 13, 2011

... not sure of spelling), and Banana(not real name, Jaaps preferred name for him and it has stuck). We made it to Arbals house which was right next to a Shipbeen(drinking place). The house was a government build house but Arbal was busy building his own house on top of the previous house, one of the supporting walls for the new house had been directly built through the old house meaning the only way inside was ...

Third week of bliss............

A travel blog entry by churchill2020 on Sep 06, 2011

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... for us for dinner so happily munched on that whilst chatting away.

Sunday was the first Springbok game of the rugby world cup so we reciprocated and cooked a big brunch which we ate whilst watching the Boks win in a close one against Wales. Spent the rest of the day lazing in the sun, cooking banana bread, watching National Geographic channel and writing this. Oh it’s a tough ...

Trial of the Senior Citizen

A travel blog entry by jessica.meyer on Oct 06, 2010

... public and therefore people need time before they can accept rights for gays. Rights are universal for all despite societal norms or whether a culture is ready for this minority group. All people deserve rights first then can work toward tolerance and cultural acceptance. Being gay is not new and it's not necessarily true that they weren't as in your face before. Maybe you just weren't looking.

Last Day We are together

A travel blog entry by vanhise on Jul 07, 2010

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... did come across 4 rhino - but not as scary as yesterday - and 5 giraffes who ran off - they were very fast. We also heard elephants trumpeting, but Mark felt they sounded aggresive and didn't want to take a chance on meeting them so we walked in the other direction. It was really a thrilling experience.
We had a 6 hour drive in front of us, so we took off for Johannesburg. At the hotel where Christy, Nam and I ...