Southern Sun O.R Tambo International Hotel
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... by Nelson Mandela.
The Mandela House at 8115 Orlando West, on the corner of Vilakazi and Ngakane Streets, Soweto, was built in 1945, as part of a Johannesburg City tender for new houses in Orlando. Nelson Mandela moved here in 1946 with his first wife, Evelyn Ntoko Mase, and his first son. They divorced in 1957, and from 1958 he was joined in the house by his second wife, Nomzamo Winifred Madikizela (Winnie).
Nelson Mandela was to spend little time here in ...
The hotel we are staying at in Johannesburg is beautiful and lovely. The boys have made friends with Donovan, the head of concierge and have great conversations together. Jake had his first win on the pokies and won 500 rand......he is grinning fro ear to ear. None believes he is only 19 and keep telling him he is so tall from eating too much ...
... the Dagwood Roadhouse...what value for money!
After a good rest, we hit the road again. Temperatures dropped to about 11 degrees through the passes. We passed over the Nico Malan pass which is really a stunning road for bikers. Once again we need to remind all bikers that this R67 & R410 from Elliot to Barkly East is definitely biker country and is a route that not widely advertised. Unfortunately it poured with rain and we had bad mist over ...
Good start to the morning, we woke up at 5 and we out the door and at breaky by 5:15. We said good morning to the lovely couple (Italian) and had a great morning surprise with a baboon stealing an apple and a little visit from our friend the warthog. We headed to the car for our mornings drive and joining us again were the same people. Aunty Jo made a friend Helen. We saw impalas, coodoo, ngalas, water beasts, baboons, warthogs, zebras and two giraffes. We also saw ...
We woke early for our last game drive at 6 AM. Tom, Stacey, Bob and Christina went on this one. We found a male cheetah. Watched him for a long time. He was at the Phinda fence and Mannie told us he was waiting for one of their male cheetahs so they could fight through the fence. Apparently he has already killed 2 of theirs. One ...