- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The food at this restaurant was first class. More wine was drunk, beers, a huge amount of food ordered, and we all shared each-others food. After ordering mains, Jo, Ian, Wendy and Graeme, handed Craig his birthday pressie. They went to so much trouble. He received a Johnny Clegg CD and DVD, a Miriam Makeba CD and a beautiful hard cover book titled Trees Of Southern Africa. Ian suggested that we should note in the book when we see a particular species on our Southern ...
... when one of the airline personnel asked me, "Are you traveling alone? I replied
"No" my son and I are traveling together. He said, "Step out of line and I want you to go to the counter that says CLUB MEMBERS, so now we are second in line. This is not the end of my story, as I wait for the person at the counter to finish purchasing her ticket, now it's my turn, but this other woman rushes to take my turn and this gentleman says to ...
... and fill out all the forms, but as we still have no proof of residence she told us that she needed to visit the guest house to confirm we were living there, so she followed us back. As we drove through the gate she came in by foot, spoke to Edward for less than 10 seconds, said all was fine and that was it. We asked Ed if she had asked who he was, or if we were staying here and he said no. He could have been anyone!!!!! So by tomorrow we should have a bank account, ...
... a competition to see who can get to the middle first, I can't remember why. Can you guess who won? I'll give you a hint - there's a bar in the middle. For the rest of our time at the dam, we take our friends to the other wildlife attractions around Hartbeespoort that we usually do while we are here (and some that we did last week!). We go back to the Rion and Lino park to watch the lions being fed, and to see the naughty Jaguar cub. We take the elephants ...
... told wending our way from viewpoint to viewpoint to see the various component parts of the whole Falls. Even in the dry season, the volume of water coming over these cliffs is extraordinary, although it doesn't begin to match what flows during the rainy season. The advantage of the seasonally diminished flow, as we heard it, is that there is less spray and "rain" coming up out of the gorge, and visibility is therefore much better. So it's a tradeoff -- ...
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