Town Lodge Sandton-Grayston Drive
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... We source out a couple of well worn used books including the Alan Paton classic, Cry the Beloved Country. We check out some trendy home furnishing stores and buy a couple of bags of coffee from a local roaster. However, away from the upmarket boutiques is heartbreaking poverty. As you sit in traffic, vendors roam the asphalt flogging everything from plastic rosary beads to polyester socks. Others simply beg, pleading outside the car window with a desperate hand to mouth gesture. On ...
... She insisted she go with me to keep me safe. I then agreed and met her the next morning and ended up having a fantastic tour of the non tourist areas. I must admit, even with a local guide I did feel scared in some parts of town. We caught a local taxi and headed to Soweto. It does not matter how far you travel in the taxi, every ride is $AU2.00 After wandering through the museum for an hour we went to the gift ...
We deplane and enter South Africa with minimal hassle. Johannesburg Airport is confusing and that confusion starts with its name - O R Tambo Airport. The name honors Oliver Tambo, a compatriot of Nelson Mandela in the struggle for independence. We wonder why not simply call the airport the Oliver Tambo Airport?
Instead, they use the O and the R from Oliver and add the last name of Tambo. It is confusing for us when the name of our hotel is added and ...
Then across the radio came word of another car tracking a Lepoard!!!! Whooo I was like bring it!!
We tried for about 20mins but than the track went dead so we continued into find some more. Our great driver and spotter found some Elephant tracks, so from then on we were on a mission to find the herd.. Suddenly in the distance I see something big and grey??? It wasn't a elephant but a big male Black Rhino!!! Super ...
Wednesday 18th May Local election day here in South Africa so they get a public holiday to go vote - apparently they have so many people and so few polling stations it can take all day to do so! Jean went and rode Don early and called into her polling booth at 8.30 but the queue was already 3 blocks long so she left. I finished one of the bookclub books whilst waiting for her- Torey Hayden's Silent Boy- which was really good and then we headed out to pick Caron up and go ...