Protea Hotel Wanderers
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- Swimming pool
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... Tribe - with the usual basket used to collect donations after. Throughout our time in Africa, we have been amazed at the initiatives that are taken by the poor for generating a meagre income. While having lunch we saw an elderly man pushing a cart, overflowing with cardboard. His livelihood came from making up cardboard boxes to on sell to the street traders who used them to store their goods.
Vilakazi Street is a tourist mecca in Soweto. ...
A drive up to the high Veld via Graskop and along the canyon rim. The road climbs immediate after Hazeyview all the way to Graskop through plantations of pine and eucalyptus trees and glimpses of the escarpment as the beginning of the canyon. We stopped at Graskop and had breakfast but not at Harries Pancake House which looked to new and shiny. Instead we went further along to The Silver a Spoon and had very good ...
... bit backwards?? Monty and Shaun enjoyed a beer at 10:30am In the local pub which used to be a church!! Jen and I were sensible with Coffee. Graskop was a lot colder than what we were used to, thermals would definitely be worn in our tent! We arrived at our campsite, Panorama, which had amazing views over the hills and valleys. We quickly pitched our tent and off we went, in the car, discovering the local area. It was such a novelty having a car but it didn't feel like we ...
... comment was “you can’t sell baloney to a baloney slicer”.
Surprisingly, without Hanzel and Gretal bread crumbs, we did make it back to the hotel. I went to my room and Tyler proceeded to dust things up with management over incredible ridiculous service at the hotel lounge. He started out nice and then finished with “ I’m a travel agent and will never recommend this hotel”. Problem ...
... the weather was much better in CT, sunny days! This time we stayed in the Big Blue Backpackers, a great place and location to stay!
Visiting the Table Mountain with her stunning views, driving the Cape of Hope, visiting the super cute pinguins, winetasting in Boschendal, souveniers and clothes hopping (package is ready to send home), having great Indian food , delicious sushi and the best hamburger in town dinners, arranging the car for ...