The Residence Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Johannesburg
... suffered under the ‘whites.’ The end of apartheid has not brought equality to this country.
Not yet anyway.
They are in the process of equalizing and the ‘blacks’ now feel it’s their opportunity to exact their revenge on the ‘whites.’ In fact, we’ve recently seen a report in the paper about white refugee camps and the government refuses to offer any aid because they ...
... I'll have to study the Apartheid Museum website to read up on more details. If you are interested, take a look as well.
Our drive back tot the hotel was speedy, even though we were in the midst of peak hour traffic. Johannesburg was such a pleasant surprise and I would certainly recommend a visit similar to what we did. I am aware that we only saw part of the city and only the surface, and am aware of ...
... by the New York Times. Good recommendation! It was in a cool area called 44 Stanley, which we hadn’t visited before - quite upscale and not stabby at all. We sat outside on the patio, between a row of bamboo and an olive tree. Everything we ordered was so good and so well presented that we felt compelled to take photos of it all. Sarah had an amazing caffe latte, while I tried a “red latte” made with rooibos tea ...
... it had got freezing, and the mist had moved in. The guide had given us blankets, which the boys had at first refused, but we told them to just sit on them. Well, by the time we had finished with the lions, they were so cold they were wrapped up fully in them! We didn't see many more animals, as it was a bit cold. Saw some hippos, zebra, impala etc. We had the choice to go back and drive through the park ourselves, but ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool