Birdseye Luxury Lodge

Address: 79 Allan Road, Midrand, Gauteng, 1685, South Africa | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 79 Allan Road, Midrand.
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    Travel Blogs from Midrand

    LAS training - Rivonia

    A travel blog entry by peterdee on Nov 12, 2014

    Awesome day started with 2x meat pies! Yummo!!!! Headed to Honeydew to drop Grant off and pick up Nozipho, Zandela, Silvia and Lawrence. Made it through traffic like a local taxi driver! What should've taken almost 2x hrs made it to Sandton in 1x ...

    South Africa

    A travel blog entry by ami.cobb on Jun 12, 2014

    ... loop from Nairobi to Uganda and back to Nairobi. I barely slept the first night in the hostel bed due to the biting cold, and I worried that my sleeping bag wouldn't be sufficient for camping the following 6.5 weeks despite the fact that I had bought a 0 degree F, -18 degree C rated North Face sleeping bag back in Colombia.

    The truck included a crew of the trip leader, a cook, and a driver and a group of 15 with an ...

    Johannesburg

    A travel blog entry by africazen on May 26, 2014

    8 comments, 1 photo

    ... shuttle. The Protea OR Tambo is lovely. Themed as an aircraft hangar with a very industrial feel, sides of packing crates lining the walls. Dinner was a lovely beef steak with roast veg and fries (starch of choice, actually written like that on menu!) Didn't sleep well but that's nothing unusual. So spent time Googling how to unlock phone then had live online chat with lady from Telstra. She unlocked phone but ...

    Here Today, Dung Tomorrow

    A travel blog entry by swaynesworld on Oct 24, 2013

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... the dozen hippos soaking in the lake. Only the hippo's eyes and snouts were visable, and they were all quite close that they have to be laying on top of each other underwater. So it was quite startling to see a solo, full bodied hippo on our right side walking into the lake. Yikes! it was too close and we were out of the safety of our Land Ranger cocoon. Where the hippo entered was next to where the other mother in our group went ...

    South Africa

    A travel blog entry by shama.damji on Apr 27, 2013

    60 photos

    ... br> nothing more than a slum or shanty town without running water…this was
    typically african and what I was expecting to see. But I found this very disturbing, the
    dichotomy was too immense between the rich and the poor, and there was a
    palpable undercurrent of dissatisfaction in some areas. In a country that is obviously wealthy, and
    that has the infrastructure, knowledge and skills to provide healthy living
    conditions ...