Town Lodge Roodepoort
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... a range of BBQ meat dishes. They also had a bungy jump set up between the 2 towers and pumping loud music in the restaurant. The meal was cooked on an African braai and was very nice with African salad and the maize flour dish called pap. After lunch we went to the Hector Pietersen Museum. He was the 13 year old boy who was the innocent bystander shot by the police in 1976 in the Soweto schoolboy uprising. Outside the museum there is a memorial stone and a water feature representing ...
... can see the whales along the whole coast!
We went kayaking with a guide to get a better look and knowledge about these magnificant creatures. Okay there a rules we need to keep a distance to protect them and ourselves! Lucky us directly in the beginning a whale popped up just in front of our kayak!!! So huge and impressing to see it from closeby, when the head was in front of us the body was underneed our kayak.....and this was just a baby ...
first thought was these were both beautiful and obviously affluent
properties. In reality, they are nice
upper middle class homes, because what he showed us next, in the same
neighbourhood, were the over the top homes of
the ultra rich…several of these were the homes or rather second or third
homes of cabinet ministers…some lifestyle this!
Johannesburg have hilly mounds of soil, ...
Friday 30th March
Had a nice lay in til 10am. Its grey and rainy. Should have stayed in England ;-). Saw a large bird in the garden yesterday, scared the **** out of Crystal by standing there shouting ' what the **** is that?'. Apparently it was a howdy doody or la di da summit like that. Alos they have these giant red cricket things but they call ...
... I knew very little about and all of the above in a tribal language called Zulu.
The introduction to the school was as bad as I had feared. It was cringe-worthy and awkward just as I had anticipated. As we arrived the kids were at assembly in the courtyard of the school buildings and were singing what sounded like a tribal / traditional tribute in mature harmony stepping together to the beat. I was immediately overwhelmed and felt a welling of emotion brewing. Eventually ...