Riverside Sun Resort

Address: Cnr. Wenning & Emfuleni Drive, Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng, 1900, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Cnr. Wenning & Emfuleni Drive, Vanderbijlpark.
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    Travel Blogs from Vanderbijlpark

    The Great Trek to the Transvaal

    A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Mar 06, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... two-bedroom cottage on their estate, which is a couple of miles outside of Parys, in the Transvaal. Herman and Ananda work in the construction/building business but keep antelope on their farm here, mainly for pleasure. There are all sorts in the fields around us, including reindeer! They have given us a buggy to ride around in, which is fun. The property is bordered by the famous River Vaal, which is wide, shallow and rocky and we enjoyed watching the many species ...

    Walk Through History

    A travel blog entry by ivabasi on May 21, 2014

    25 photos

    ... were neither of the food choices I would usually have, but they were worth trying and turned out to be quite delicious. Although, their soup was my favorite - I had seconds. After lunch we made our way to our final destiantion, the Apartheid Museam. The Apartheid Museum is a museum complex dedicated to illustrating apartheid and the 20th century history of South Africa. Apartheid (word meaning the state of being apart) was a system of racial segregation in South ...

    Soweto and Johannesburg

    A travel blog entry by stevehumphreys on Mar 06, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... give a speech and TV interviews); plus an interesting church that used to host political meetings during the Apartheid era. You can still see the bullet holes from when the police would try to break up the meetings. This church also seems to be the focal point when dignitaries visit from abroad - the caretaker who showed us around had met Bill Clinton twice, among other politicians etc.

    Back in Joburg I had just a quick look around the ...

    Rainy Days

    A travel blog entry by mimster919 on Feb 02, 2014

    1 photo

    ... 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 ...

    A Weekend in Joburg

    A travel blog entry by ems-life-abroad on Jun 16, 2013

    ... letters have been preserved for you to see. When you are walking into the house, you can see the bullet holes from gunshots that were fired at the home to try to scare Mandela and his wife. We ate at the Nelson Mandela Family Restaurant and then continued our tour. On the same street as the Mandela House is Desmond Tutu's house, so I believe it is the only street that has two Nobel winners on it.

    We went to the Hector Pieterson Museum, which is located two blocks ...