Courtyard Hotel Sandton
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
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... 1970s. It was chilling listening to various politicians justifying the policy.
We then went into Soweto which is now a city in its own right. We walked past Mandela's house and along the streets were the riots took place. Our tour driver is from Soweto so gave us an insight from his side as well. Soweto is now a desirable place to love and there are white south africans moving there as well as it is cheaper ...
... on South Africa's equivalent to Right Move. Sunday: With the sat nav registered we headed out firstly to the Plant where Paul will work. It was funny because the sat nav kept telling him to turn and he was saying I don't go that way! I had to point out that he had no idea about the best and quickest route and if he wasn't going to listen to it then what was the point of having it. He then did as he was told and we got there quickly lol!!! We then went off to investigate ...
... for a bit (from a safe distance) before making our way out of the park. There is still time, however, to spot a black backed jackal, which I think is amazing as I have never seen one in the wild before. Sun City is sort of a miniature Las Vegas in the middle of the South African countryside, with casinos, hotels, and other little attractions to visit. We would probably never go there apart from the fact that it is right outside of Pilansberg, so we ...
... of the flat plains and the scenery became more and more like the Grand Canyon. Steep gorges and glacial(?) carved outcrops were interspersed with massive lakes created by dams. We were not expecting that at all after all the arid land we'd seen so far. As the scenery got more impressive we knew we had reached the Drakensburg mountains. We had wanted to stop here for a night or two and visit the Tukela falls which are the second highest in the world. Unfortunately the ...
1 week to go ... Cooking up a storm and preparing meals. Black boxes at the ready . I read an article which sums up this experience... It is a passion and a calling for the wild which lingers always in our memories which drives us to camp, bush and rough it ! But it does not mean you have to be uncomfortable. Thank you CHRIS DAVIES for your BOTSWANA, MET YS ! article in the Getaway. May 2013.