Town Lodge Sandton-Grayston Drive
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We are in the Nelson Mandela's neighborhood. It's a quiet little suburb of JoBurg with little houses. The town is neat and pretty clean and seems as though a quiet and beautiful place to have kids grow up. Mandela lived here for a little while, until he went to prison, with his wife and children. His wife, Winnie, became a huge activist after her husband went to prison. ...
... the flight really wasn't so bad and didn't seem much longer than a standard fought to Europe. We were very surprised. We had been instructed by the hotel to find the hotel shuttle behind the intercontinental hotel. We followed signs for the hotel and quickly Dad was approached by a young man asking us where we were headed (we must have looked like exhausted tourists or something...). He offered to show us to the shuttle ...
... way back to Jo'burg we drove along the coast, I couldn't resist to visit another pinguin colony....to be honest Mark likes them as well! We could go watching the whales in Hermanus. Every year from June to December the Soutern right whales are in this bay. Time to give birth and feed their baby's. After this period all the whales head to the South.
The calves drink almost 600 liter of milk and grow 3 cm per day!
Unique to see the ...
... started with who could see things first. We saw lots of zebra, Impala and warthogs but seeing the rhino so close was probably the best thing about the day. Watching a herd of elephants walking across the hill side and seeing the hippo mum and baby was something very special memories to take away with me.
Tomorrow I have my cheetah interaction, not sure what that entails but will find out ...
... place to segregate the blacks and coloureds from the white population. The name Soweto literally means, South West Township.
As we entered the township of Soweto we were soon to learn that this part of Jo'burg was safe, as none of the houses in the upper class section had high security fences. We checked out the three classes of the township, the nice houses, the middle class area where matchbox houses line the streets and the lower class areas of tin huts and ...