Origins Centre You readily here the statement, “you must know where you came from to know where your going” and in Johannesburg you can’t go any further then here. I haven’t been to a museum in years and visiting Origins Centre was right on time.
Working out while traveling seems like it can be a burden but if you know your goals then it can be fun, short and effective. Staying at the Intercontinental Sandton Towers, a five-star hotel in Johannesburg has create an updated gym to get the job done.
Three weeks ago I was walking though my apartment and received an email from South Africa Tourism asking if I was interested in joining them on a trip to South Africa to visit Johannesburg, Kruger Park, Cape Town and Durban. Today, I was able to pinch myself when I arrived at Washington Dulles Airport and boarded South Africa Airways flight 208 to Johannesburg.
In a few hours I’m headed home to South Africa, Africa; the motherland. During this life changing journey I’m going to explore SA visiting Johannesbrug, Kruger Park, Cape Town, Durban and much more!
Have you ever looked at a map of the world and wondered why Africa looks small? If you have observed these exaggerations of the world you can identify this method as “immapency”. Kai Krause created the word and generated a rendering of how the United States, India, China, Europe and Japan can fit inside of Africa.
Buenos Aires, Argentina La Boca A colorful neighborhood made famous by its vibrant colored buildings. Tourist come here to take pictures and enjoy the random street entertainment and daytime activities. Although La Boca has sketchy parts stay within the tourist zones and enjoy the what La Boca has to offer.
Do you remember when your woman was watching the Travel Channel and said that looks pretty? She was actually saying I want you to take me there. Us fellas don’t think in the suggestive terms so here are a few destinations to take her on the next vacation.
Lin-sanity is in full effect around the country following his dominant play against the Lakers as he filled up the box score with 38 points,
Whitney Houston died yesterday and as the world celebrates her memory, my celebrations takes me to South Africa. In 1994 she performed in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg to honor President Nelson Mandela and celebrate South Africa as a unified apartheid free nation. Her last performance in Johannesburg was in front of 200,000 people.