Radisson Blu Hotel Sandton, Johannesburg
Travel Blogs from Sandton
... bakery and finally for a manicure before cooking a fab lamb roast for dinner...felt like I was home away from home! I have just come back from a spa exfoliation and body massage at the Hyatt Hotel (thank you Liz!!) and am now off for dinner at 'South Africa's best steakhouse' with Joe (brother), Liz and their partners...yummyyyy!! Definitely living the luxury life for a traveller...I could get used to this ...
... are all friendly and enthusiastic. Rooms, be they tents or huts or whatever, have adequate size and amenities. The game drives all go into the bush. Food and its presentation are similar. However, we believe that the Circuit 3 camps we used were in more remote locations than Circuits 1 and 2, and particularly in Kafue and Hwange necessitated long and difficult drives in and out. Some further thoughts about these logistics will be the subject of a ...
... shops total so we walked through them in about 20 mins.
We read, walked around, ate��, drank �� and even bought some perfume, well I didn't but aunts Jo did.
Three hours felt more like 10 hours but eventually we were able to bored. There was a little confusion when they told us the gate we had to go to, they said one but it was gate two. We were finally on the plane and we got our seats. There wasn't any tv screens ...
... go to - make it Botswana", - I heard this from different well-travelled people before our trip...and I heard it from different people whom we met during the trip - from people who've been to many countries in Africa, on many occasions...so - I am glad we made Botswana part of our first trip to Africa...we stayed there at two different safari lodges (Sandibe and Xaranna) in Okavango ...
... To Joburg, it is your finger pointing downwards, for Orange Farm, you hold your hand as if you are holding an orange. And so it goes on. The taxi signal language is an intricate but well known system that Sowetans just seem to be born knowing. Nowhere will you find a map to explain the taxi routes or signals, there are no timetables or schedules, no explanations of fares. You just know this stuff, it comes as naturally to Sowetans as ceilidh dancing to a Scot. Each journey ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center