Constantia Guest Lodge

Address: 133 Emmarentia Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0184, South Africa | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located on 133 Emmarentia Street, Pretoria, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Smuts House, Spedeworth Car Race on Australia Day

A travel blog entry by africa1213 on Jan 26, 2013

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... shorts, Kaki shirt smoking a pipe. There were ladies dressed nicely and somewhat out of place and some didn't bother to get out of their pyjamas. There were men with slogans on their T shirts with the main theme of drinking or how good looking they were and some didn't even bother to button their shirt on but for moral reasons they should of and it wasn't because they were too good ...


A travel blog entry by tomrc86 on Oct 02, 2012

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... a bottle of water and took a sip I was almost fined R700 (50) and escorted off the train.

Eventually I arrived in the pretty suburb of Hatfield; the streets lined with the purple-flowered Jacaranda trees and the Sun shining in the sky. But even this didn’t distract me from noticing that every single house in the suburb was surrounded by 8’ wire fencing, and electrified razor wire. This is the same neighbourhood where ...

Giva, Soggy Doggy and guinea fowl

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Apr 08, 2012

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After a lazy and late rising we had a leisurely breakfast and I introduced Gert and Irene to Giva. He was in turn introduced to "Soggy Doggy" and Teddy. After an alfresco breakfast we decided some exercise was needed – I have done nothing since I arrived except exercise the jaw – so we headed back to the botanical gardens to walk in the grounds this time. I enjoyed the highveldt feel. One corner is kept quite wild as ...

Monkeys are kleptomaniacs

A travel blog entry by dmvankessel on Jul 22, 2011


... in huge area where they can just roam around. The walkways through it are all off the ground so as to not disturb the reserve and wherever the trees grow, they grow, and they have to build around everything. It was one of the neatest places I have ever been and such a fabulous idea. Within a few minutes we met Sarah, a spider monkey who came to visit us throughout the tour. While we were watching 3 ring tailed lemurs forage around for food ...


A travel blog entry by biogrrl on Jul 22, 2010

... similar to some of the work I did for my masters in ethnobotany (then for Mayans and other Central American cultures). Here in S.A. there is a provision in the national curriculum for science that IK is to be included and used and I am wondering about this for my research. Most of the teachers we have observed are white and the students are not. How ...