The Peech Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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... to board the plane where they could "sort things out." K found a helpful attendant though, who solicited some folks to swap seats, allowing the two of them to sit together. Still, though the flight went through the night, neither of them got much, if any, sleep. My flight was not much better, with our 1:00am stop in Senegal extended by over an hour while they attempted to fix the toilets -- which they did, thank ...
... cycle continues. With so many cultures, there are various types of law and there is definitely the difference between the martial law of the police and the way in which people are dealt within their own culture. The Zulu law is much more brutal and while it certainly isn't condonable in a civil world, some people find it much more effective in controlling their population.
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... transport to and from the museum was an adventure in itself- transfers, packed mini-buses, long walks to one of the many taxi ranks and comments from locals like, "is the World Cup still going on?"
"Then what are you guys doing here?"
But enough about J'burg, we were on to Delhi in less than 24 hours and it's time for a good ol' Africa round up! Yeeeeeehaaaawwwww!
After reading Paul Theroux's Dark Star Safari: Cairo to Cape Town, ...
... to do...and that's hard. I like museums and art galleries and jazz clubs and hiking! The kids on the program are focused on clubs. And that's wonderful because I sure do love dancing every once in a while, but I feel like I'm missing a whole culture about this city because I can't go alone. It's expensive too. There really are black and white stores. The white stores at Rosebank are ridiculously expensive. There are no Targets or Kmarts here. You just have ...