BON Hotel Riviera On Vaal
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
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A very quick update as I only have Internet on my kindle. The sleeper train to Jo'burg was interesting! We woke up at 4am being thrown from one side of the room to another. I can only describe it like going up hill on a rollercoster but times that by 50! But the views were amazing. So after 26 hours we arrived and went to ...
... researching - is this the best way to use up 4 weeks in the South of Italy, should we have rather spent time on the East Coast? What if the agriturismo's a dud What if we end up in the mafia's backyard?
Our plan is this:
Fly into Rome
5 days in Amalfi
7 days near Taormina, Sicily
7 days in Scicli, Sicily
5 days in Rome
I'll keep you posted.....
... through legislation by the National Party (NP) governments, 1948 to 1994, under which the rights of the majority black inhabitants were taken away and controlled. The material inside is said to be graphic as well as eye opening and life changing. And it sure was. Upon entering the museum we were handed entry tickets, and on the back of every ticket was written either Blankes: Whites or Nie-Blankes: Non-Whites. Upon receiving the tickets we had to enter the ...
... took a day tour from Pretoria, so I won't claim any special knowledge of the place. Most tours seem to follow the same rough itinerary - world cup stadium (which hosted South Africa vs Brazil just the night before - unfortunately I wasn't organised enough to get a ticket); the street where both Mandela and Tutu lived for a time (complete with souvenir stalls and 'tribal' dancers, although they had to stop for a time when the Education Minister turned ...
... parents will take it to buy alcohol, since alcohol abuse is a significant problem in the area. It was definitely eye opening since I tend to think of South Africa as very developed and this village was very third world and extremely poor, with no real way to be able to escape the poverty.
Affer Soweto, we went to see the Nelson Mandela House. A tour guide gives the basics about the house, but then you get to walk through the different rooms on your own. A lot of ...