The Peech Hotel
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... didnt wake up for 12hrs!
There are 5 dogs at the lodge - the biggest one is a dane x dalmation who, eventhough he's the size of a pony, thinks hes a lap dog.
Talking on FB with William, Mum and Liz helped calm my nerves today. Thanks guys - miss you already.
... we stayed at in Jozi was a dream (it was an old mansion). It's on a hill with a beautiful view of the city. There is a pool, sauna and crown molding on our ceilings. It has a full kitchen in which we have made breakfast, lunch and dinner in. There is a food market just down the road in which we frequented about twice a day. Cooking our own meals we've been spending less than $7 for 2 meals a day plus snacks. It is hard to find pasta sauce ...
... bright orange Defender 90 so that we did not have to wait around the garage all day long, and we went to buy a radio and some speakers. We were not the only ones who were at the mercy of the licensing department, also Mathew was trying to get his car registration sorted out as soon as possible since he had to be in Harare, Zimbabwe, by Friday. It appeared that things started to move slowly. In the afternoon we went to the police station to get official stamps on ...
... an “African massage”... speed bumps. The Black Taxi service is everywhere in Soweto and the VW taxis come in every color except black. One highlight of the day was when we drove to the street where Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu lived. It is the only street in the world that has claim to two Nobel Peace Prize winners. Tonight we got to swim in our freezing hotel pool and ate at McDonalds. I was able to order corn as a substitute to fries in my happy ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Peech Hotel Johannesburg
A very comfortable, well-appointed small hotel with incredibly kind service.
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