Travel Blogs from Midrand
Decided we'd wake up early today to get in the showers first so beth set her alarm for half 6, we didn't wake up til ten to 7 though then we got in the showers, woke jazz up when I got out so she could get one then we went down for breakfast and autumn did my braid and jazz's then we went back to the house and I did Beth's braids. It's quite cold today it's not sunny really so most of us are wearing our hoodies, aww and becca Alex and ...
... remember Nelson Mandela’s keywords that were the cornerstones of the struggle against the apartheid:
... being a diverse multi-cultural country, Jozi is nothing short of showcasing just that. It reflects the country’s spirit of “Ubuntu” and diversity. It is as safe as any other city in the world, provided you avoid shady areas and characters. Jozi life style is pretty affordable, and you get quality goods for a reasonable price. Weather wise there’s nothing as amazing as summer in ...
... at the traffic lights next to a black family I smiled at their daughter who was around 2 years old. She immediately left her Mother’s side and toddled over to me, holding my hand and smiling as the lights changed. The family seemed happy for me to walk her across the road before I handed her back to her Mother and waved the family off. That moment melted me as I was reminded of the beauty of being a child – they don’t see colour.