Fairlawns Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairlawns Boutique Hotel Sandton
Travel Blogs from Sandton
... about 15 minutes or so down the road after passing lots of blacks walking to work (it appeared that way) we came across a burnt barrier across the road, drove over it cautiously and as we were proceeding down the road a little way we saw smashed glass all over the road and more signs of burnings, black people everywhere, a quick u turn and we were out ...
... a red City Year jacket. He was a CY South Africa corp member alum who is now working with Thulani. We then moved onto the KYP center which was a converted Catholic Church. On our walk to KYP I couldn't help notice how friendly everyone was. There was definitely a strong sense of community within Kilptown. In the states we value our social standing by where we live what we drive and where our kids go to school. If you strip all that away what we are left with is ...
... is to sync with iTunes but of course if you do it on a computer that doesn't know phone then have to do backup first as you lose all settings on phone then need to delete backup off computer!! No time or inclination to risk it going bad. None of the info I'd read online at home had specified this. Bought data pack from Telstra, which can take up to 3 days to take effect! Luckily it came through this morning. So ...
... 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 ...
... I managed to stay calm for approximately 7 minutes and then panic set in. I remembered I was underwater and it wasn't so clear and I had a freak out and popped up to the surface. The experience was over and I was happy to be back in the boat! Much to my amazement Gav who assured me everything would be ok actually had what he thought was a mini panic attack as he too freaked out. Ah ...