Riverside Sun Resort
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Travel Blogs from Vanderbijlpark
... birds and wildlife on a buggy ride yesterday. Last night our hosts invited us to dinner and we sat outside after the meal by a roaring fire, the landscape lit by a full moon. It is very, very beautiful. Ananda has a mere cat as one of her many pets - it is absolutely adorable and loves to be petted and held. It sleeps with the cats and chases the Jack Russells!
Just eight days to go before this adventure must end -what a lekker place for a holiday!
... through legislation by the National Party (NP) governments, 1948 to 1994, under which the rights of the majority black inhabitants were taken away and controlled. The material inside is said to be graphic as well as eye opening and life changing. And it sure was. Upon entering the museum we were handed entry tickets, and on the back of every ticket was written either Blankes: Whites or Nie-Blankes: Non-Whites. Upon receiving the tickets we had to enter the ...
... others his age. It was a little difficult to get to know the other mums, but I learnt a few things - breastfeeding here is not the norm, and jolly jumpers are very popular :) I realised yesterday how important it is for me to have this time to spend playing with the little guy. Back home I was so busy before we left, packing up the house and madly sending emails, but here I am a traveller, with time to give to the present moments. It is a joy. On that note, E has just woken up - see ...
Took the Breakfast in the Box and left early , but had to wait until the Guy's at Namibia Air Centre opened the Hangar. Thank you again Peter and crew for taking care of my SX and your Hospitality.... really nice folks here in Windhoek Eros Airport. Immigration was a blast just one Gen.Dec and done. Early Departure is always good in the Desert and especially here in ...
... in 1904 and from the 1950s, became the government's dumping ground for unwanted black settlements in white suburbs. Africans had been drawn to work on the gold mines that were established after 1886. From the start they were accommodated in separate areas on the outskirts of Johannesburg. In 1904 British-controlled city authorities removed African and Indian residents to an "evacuation camp" at Klipspruit ...