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... br> Lunch was at a local restaurant that seems to be very popular. We saw some fantastic kids harmonizing and dancing to their tribal songs. The lunch itself was a lot of meat and corn meal. Haha. Three different types of corn meal to be exact. I liked the plain white corn meal that you put a well spiced sauce on- just like mashed potatoes and gravy in the states.
... tyrannized and oppressed, there's such a great disparity amongst them and extreme poverty, which reminds them there is a still long way to relative equality amongst people. The most unique experience was at the Hector Peterson Museum. The scene where the memorial was built to signify this single climatic event which helped trigger the revolution against the white aristocratic rule. I could feel the sorrow and pain by looking at old photographs and video exhibits inside ...
February 11 to 14th, 2014 If Cape Town is analogous to the preppy school boy, then Jo'berg is the mope from the wrong side of the tracks- defiant but unapologetic. Unlike Cape Town with its green hills and sparkling seas, Johannesburg sits on a flat dusty plain. It didn't exist until 1886 when George Harrison, an Australian prospector, found traces of gold. Today it is home to 6 million people. The city is ringed with abandoned mounds of mustard yellow mine tailings, power plants, ...
... and lomography shop compete with a gallery of inspiring mobile photography of this gritty city. A boutique jewellery and commercial art gallery add to the space.
Less organic than the scences in other cities, Bramfontein is a project designed and integrated and really the dream of one man who wished to see a small corner of this much maligned city improved. Posters on the windows over consultation. "How is Bramfontein doing?' they ask. If an ...
... country side of Africa we had reached our final drive day. A quiet ride saw us pull into Johannesburg around midday. Since Nairobi we had now clocked up a healthy 19,000km. Living in a tent was officially at its end. For our final dinner together we satisfied our pallets with some Italian down the road. The night passed us by and in the morning hugs were exchanged before waving a final farewell to the big yellow truck which was off on another African adventure. ...