Courtyard Hotel Sandton
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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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 ...
... which is synchronized with the oncoming waves. We zig-zag along the coast, looking for black-spots on the surface but we don’t see anything or whale-sharks. Disappointed! We do see 4 dolphins and jump in to snorkel with them. That’s pretty cool even it only lasts a few seconds. The last day of the month is spent in the car. We drive from Tofo to Maputo, that’s the plan anyway. Everything goes to plan in the morning, the roads are clear, the kids are calm, perfect. ...
... an opportunity to show some class.
The duffels are more than large enough to hold anything and everything you might need for this trip with room left over. We usually don't check bags when we travel, but carry-on restrictions for our flights necessitated checking the duffels. Because we were concerned about possible loss or delay, we stuffed our carry-on backpacks with as much clothing as we could, and we cross-packed what was left in the two duffel ...
... There are lots of priorities especially traveling with children and I have compiled a list of foods and essential goodies however once you have settled and set up camp there are only a few necessities you long for.
1. A bed ... Although we have a good mattress in our trailers, in the night when the lions roar and my little girl
Cant sleep we bed swop and one of us ends up on a ...
... the Africa Museum was closed. We started heading down the street, but it looked pretty uninspiring, so when we came across a shopping centre we thought we would pop in and get our bearings back again... We got a map and looked up a few things to do and grabbed some lunch as well. After this we walked past the brewery, a cool science expo venue and into the city. We did get a few strange looks walking around, but it's all part of the experience. We saw Ghandi square and ...