Protea Hotel Hatfield
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a red velvet hot chocolate. A red velvet hot choc is a hot choc with the muffin 'red velvet' in it and all mushy. My dad told me that he had this strange drink once and was really confused as he didn't realise what it was!! After breakfast we went for a fun tour of Pretoria uni with my cousin who is a student there and then a slice of cake at a cafe. We recorded The Lord is my shepherd. We then went to the Voortrekkers ...
... knowing what to buy for family and friends, it literally took me an hour and a half to shop. There were three sections to the store, a "regular gifts" section, jewelry section, and food/beverage section. I spent most of my time at the regular gifts section but I spent 5 minutes or so browsing at the jewelry section as well. I saw a very nice diamond pendant and asked the lady to show it to ...
... a statement. They did not care about the other countriesī opinions. They didnīt feel threatened. They didnīt have even slight doubts about their absolute superiority in relation to anybody else. We felt extremely disgusted by these quotations.
“These are whites, born in this country, who have degenerated to such an extent in respect of morality, self-respect and racial pride that they feel no objection against blood-mixing … Whites must protect ...
... here often. See (some of) you soon!
P.S.: We have been getting more independent and learning how to navigate Joburg by ourselves! Last week Sidd and I made it to the Ethiopian restaurant with only a photo of the street below it to guide us (we just showed it to random people and hoped they’d give good directions), and today Sarah and I made it to 44 Stanley with just a vague idea that it was between UJ and Wits. ...
... a night out in Jo'burg in one of the trendy bars having a few drinks (which we did also do), or you could do a bit of research and spend the evening checking out a new scene and having a laugh with the locals.. I know where I would rather be :)
My to do in Jo'Burg: Visit the apartheid museums and try to get involved with the locals. For the sporty type, the Soweto derby is a great game of football as long as you stay away from trouble