Riverside Sun Resort
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... overhead walkway was the closest we physically got to the deep levels of poverty that exist in Africa.
Our next stop was to an outdoor memorial that was set up to remember the school children that were massacred at that very spot when a student march went terribly wrong. Many children were shot to death by police; it is still unclear as to who gave the order to shoot and why they shot ...
We have now been in SA for 2 days, and already the time has been filled with seeing family, eating, swimming in the pool, walking in the rain, watching lightning play in the evening, and going boating on the river. E has loved seeing so many new things each day, and having people around constantly, especially his Daddy! He has barely slept during the days, ...
... a d their safety record is on par with the US...... listen America it can be done as well in the land of the Free..... or perhaps something has changed in the last 13 years ... and freedom is going down the drain. Im not looking forward to the Intimidation tactics one has to endure entering the USA with its armed US Border Control officer's ... but hey , maybe I get lucky get fingerprinted and Mug shot by an Friendly one.... we shall ...
... at 9 am on Saturday. We started downtown at Carlton Centre, which is the tallest skyscraper on the African continent, at 50 stories high and 732 feet. When you get up to the top floor, you can walk around and see all of Johannesburg from different angles, which was really cool. After the Carlton Centre, we headed to Soweto, which is a really interesting part of Johannesburg. Essentially, one part that you drive through has really nice homes that look like they are straight out ...
... lived on the same block.
We rode around Soweto, and it was pretty congested. We'd be sitting on our bikes at some intersections for a few minutes before being able to cross. But it was interesting to see. There was one section where we saw some small homes with small sheds attached to the back of the house. The people built those sheds to rent to people for about $35/month. Honestly, to me they didn't look worth that ...