Fusion Boutique Hotel

Address: 4, Schoeman Street, Polokwane, Limpopo, 0700, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 4, Schoeman Street, Polokwane.
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Travel Blogs from Polokwane

Researching Lions For A Day

A travel blog entry by blake.jennings on Sep 12, 2014

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Today is the day I finally volunteer with Global Vision International with researching lions. I was excited to get out and finally see how wild lions react out in the wild. This opportunity gave me a chance to see what lions really do and why they do those things. I hopped on the bus ready to travel to Global Vision International as we headed further out into the desert and I got see more animals in their ...

Birth Control

A travel blog entry by staceelg on Mar 26, 2014

... with one sexual partner.

When women get pregnant who have HIV they are at risk to transfer the infection to their child. This is another reason birth control options and education are important for all women. Those who have HIV and are unaware are even less likely to use the main option to prevent the spread- condoms- causing others to be infected and have no awareness. Continuing the cycle, they could then become pregnant and deliver a child with HIV. ...

Orientation

A travel blog entry by staceelg on Mar 17, 2014

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... itself is small and consists of multiple separate buildings. Walkways with tin coverings lead to each section. Upon the entrance to the hospital there is a gated checkpoint like you would see getting in and out of a parking garage in the US. Except here it's to drive into the hospital campus to park. Gaurds standing outside will stop vehicles and look in glove compartments and bags to see what individuals are trying to bring in. ...

Finally things start working out.

A travel blog entry by pmk123 on Nov 09, 2012

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... like it is moving! Simon is an African entrepreneur. He regales me with stories about his 17 years in the army, his new business of selling real estate and how to run a successful livery service. He is a bundle of energy and tries to tell me about all things African in the hour we have together (Which is made slightly longer by the absence of street signs and the fact that many streets have two names as efforts have been made ...

More Pooh Not Sure of the Appeal

A travel blog entry by jetsettinglindz on May 11, 2011

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... were in turn the first to sit down. It proved to be very unfortunate because Barb, the older lady sitting next to me had needed to go to the bathroom and given that we were on the side of the road in Africa, there weren't many options. So she went into the bush but not nearly far enough and squatted. It was a great view since we were eating lunch and unfortunately something I will never be able to ...