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... shy warthog. After several small manoeuvres we were able to capture some picks while Ryan sang about Pumba. Shortly, after our smelly hog we saw more zebra and were fortunate to see these stunning animals run and buck straight across our path. Baboons were the next animal we were able to cross off the list, while in the distance we spotted more giraffes. The giants were even closer to us than the first three. Well sort of gross, it was interesting to see the ...
... s Lodge which was equally as good, but different to Rock Lodge. I would say that Rock Lodge was more sophisticated but then we had Lloyd and crew so that remains debatable.
A two hour journey through dirt tracks and also tarmac roads saw us arrive at the Kruger International Airport.
I picked up my cases out of the taxi as we couldn't bring our butler with us, and immediately notice that one felt a bit light. On ...
... had a very good temporary exhibition on the life of Nelson Mandela. We then drove past the stadium that had been enlarged to seat 96000 for the opening of the soccer world cup and then the short distance to Soweto. The township is home to over 4 million people and is clearly divided into areas reflecting their economic standing. We were first taken into the area where the rich and middle class lived which was fairly normal suburban houses. We then went to one of the very poor ...
... shopping malls, clinics and the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, the largest acute care hospital in the world, which serves ±1.5 million people and provides specialist treatment to the country as well as to surrounding African states.—Wikipedia
Although Apartheid was abolished in 1994 there is still a long way to go. Economic and
social inequalities still exist today. Jo’Burg has a 25% unemployment rate,
most of which are blacks. In the far ...
... the way to the hostel he pointed out all the local points of interest and gave me some background on each. I was just glad to see some sunshine!
At the hostel I bought a South African adaptor when I checked in. It was only later I saw in the TV room there were lots of adaptors already for guest use. At least I can use it in Kruger I thought!
I'd had a rushed / stressed day so I decided to just rest and relax in the evening.
Other places to stay in Midrand
14th Street, Noordwyk Ext 20, Midrand | 4 star hotelfrom $72
Samrand, Sterling Street, Midrand | 3 star hotelfrom $71
31 Gallagher Avenue, Midrand | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Montrose Road, off Bekker Road, Midrand | Hotelfrom $63