Zulu Nyala Country Manor

Address: 270 E Third Road, Randburg, Gauteng, 2021, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 270 E Third Road, Randburg, is near Lesedi Cultural Village.
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      The Canberra of Joburg

      A travel blog entry by jamestug on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... find that everybody else had had the same thought and the plate was bare, and thus I settled for a Pain au Chocolat, which was amazing, and actually had chocolate all the way through, unlike most in Australia and France.

      Our bakery, brekkie experience over, we headed to the War Museum in Joburg, where we were met by Dave, the rowing coach, and his father, whom was out from Australia. The war museum was great, with heaps of tanks and guns that could be climbed ...

      Tangala Game Park

      A travel blog entry by lizmac on Oct 31, 2013


      ... amp; Barberton, through White River and then the amazing ( read jaw dropping....) Bush Buck Ridge all the way to Thorny Bush, near Kruger Park in the Eastern Transvaal. Bush Buck Ridge is the largest concentration of black people in Sth Africa. Something like several million people in 100 sq miles. It started as a tribal homeland during apartheid, where the people were forced to live, with no ownership of anything. Now they are ...

      First 2 Days in South Africa

      A travel blog entry by mattcurry77 on Oct 09, 2013

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      ... system
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      I can’t address here, not the least of which is there is almost no middle class. There seems to be only the rich (whites) and the poor (blacks). The spirit of the South Africans I met is alive and well as they strive for economic, social and racial equality.

      So after lunch we got in ...

      Playing with cheetahs

      A travel blog entry by oncloud9_k on Jan 19, 2013

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      Today I had the cheetah interaction wasn't really sure what this was all about since hadn’t heard anyone else talk about it. Well we got picked up on the truck and taken to the back cheetah enclosure (the ones not on show in the drive round tour). Felix was our cheetah of choice and even though it was cold (well 18⁰C) and was raining ...

      The road more or less traveled

      A travel blog entry by saherewecome on Jul 01, 2012

      Our intention today was to go to the African Rooftop market in Rosebank (http://www.craft.co.za/Rooftop/bab-mar kets-rooftop-the-art-of-shopping) and the Arts on Main market in downtown Joburg. We got as far as the former. It's a bit difficult getting 11 people to get going at the same time in the same direction. The market is a wonderful conglomeration of vendors selling everything from jewelry to hand painted ...