Sandton Lodge Inanda
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... some of us went back to the hotel bar. It was pretty interesting, they had a guy playing live music and some of the locals welcomed us and talked with us about what to do around the city and how much they love where they live.
This was the museum day, we went to see the Hector Pieterson Museum, Regina Mondi Church, Apartheid Museum, and Nelson Mandela House. This day was a pretty sad day because every museum showed different types ...
... their tip.
It was pretty hectic as we arrived at our Jo-Burg final destination and scrambled to get a transfer to our Jo-Burg hotel in Sandton. There were a few rushed goodbyes to our travel companions at the Mo Africa drop off point on the outskirts of Jo-Burg. It is always the same with these travel tours you wish each other a good rest of trip and agree to try and be in contact in the future but that never seems to happen.
The drive to our hotel ...
Spent 5 nights in cairns trying to decide what our next plan of action was to be. Planning involved going into a couple of travel places and deliberating for hours in the sunshine, can't complain really. We booked all our tours with a Scottish girl called ...
... are few unpaved roads today and the main thoroughfare has all the amenities of urban living including department stores and shopping centers. Soweto is now home to the biggest public hospital in the world. Unfortunately the citizens of the city also suffer from one of the world's highest HIV infection rate.
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While most parts of Soweto have made great strides in terms of development, we learned that new ...
... seeing in South Africa. I came away with a better understanding of the past and present because unfortunately apartheid does still exist in many forms today. For as many years as apartheid was in force, I’m afraid it will take that many years and maybe more for it to be truly eradicated from South Africa; until the generations who participated and remember apartheid are gone. My hope would be that it is sooner rather than ...