Southern Sun The Ridge

Address: Cnr President Avenue and N4 Highway, Witbank, Mpumalanga, 1034, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Cnr President Avenue and N4 Highway, Witbank.
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    Travel Blogs from Witbank

    Back to Jo'burg

    A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Jul 10, 2015

    We set off early ,as per usual ,for the long drive to Jo'burg.The road goes straight and through the typical bush countryside we have got used to. All along the road cattle,goats and donkeys graze and cross the road when they feel like it so it is quite tricky to keep a steady speed. Which made it a bit unfair when nearly at the border and having driven on an unmade road Sydney ...

    Breakdown Blues Part 2

    A travel blog entry by lindbladtravels on Jun 28, 2015

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    Waking up in our cozy chalet, with sunlight it became apparent what a lovely accommodation we had been staying in and what a nice resort we had missed out enjoying. I discovered a laudromat where I could have done a badly needed load of laundry, hot springs where we could have enjoyed some relaxation, and a generally serene ambience (except for the knucklehead that felt a need to play music throughout the night, but fortunately we were tired enough to only notice for a ...

    Ndebele visit and Rotary meeting

    A travel blog entry by amydeb on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... her daughter Nokwozi, and we were joined by another one of the queens, Lizzy Pumzile. I was told of this tribe by a colleague who takes her class to South Africa each year and our travel agent is keen to help them get established for tourists to visit. Being one of the smallest tribes and very rural, they do not have many economic opportunities despite having some of the most interesting cultural and artistic traditions.

    We ...

    Colonial Guest House

    A travel blog entry by tori58 on Jul 04, 2013

    breakfast - indian omelette, fresh juice, fruit cowaga grapes - exceptional place! The drive east out through is Hazyview is verrrrry foggy and then it's pine view all the way! amazing amount of timber plantations- apparently for the underground mines. "everything in this country is for the mines" Arrive at the eastern Kruger gate, boot checked twice, paperwork like the paper mill is going out of ...

    Witbank: The black hole of souls.

    A travel blog entry by teamprinsloo on Jul 01, 2011

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... br> The second month was very much not so good. It was still a pleasant novelty spending time at home even though South African beaurocracy and customs almost made the sun set on our happy holiday. The 6th of June was the official day of delivery in Durban and three days later our babies were in Johannesburg. At this stage we were looking at having the bikes back before my brothers birthday on the 15th.
    Optimism is always highest before ...