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I'm going to Johannesburg, would you recommend some areas

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Chicco Mandhlazi: PLACES TO VISIT IN JOHANNESBURG AND SURROUNDING AREAS INCLUDING SOWETO HISTORICAL TOWNSHIPS.

For better access and enjoyment of this place please contact:
NTWANANO MAAFRIKA TOUR SOWETO
Email: nmtoursoweto@gmail.com

MANDELA AND TAMBO ATTORNEYS chancellor house.
High court.

GANDI SQUARE MARSHALLTOWN Johannesburg.
Gandi Backpackers.
Bank city.
Bree Taxi rank.

NEWTOWN JUNCTION.
Sci-Bono Discovery centre.
(SAB) South African Brewery.
Museum Africa.
Market Theater.
NewTown mall.
Baseline NewTown.
NewTown music factory.
Oriental plaza Fordsburg.
Mary Fitzgerald square.

TOP OF AFRICA OF AFRICA and Carlton centre hotel.
Carlton centre shopping center.

BRAMFONTEIN.
Nelson Mandela bridge.
Neighbourgoods market.
Joburg Theater.
Constituition hill.
Wats Museum.
Wats Theatre.

HILLBROW
Dlala Nje community project and Tours.

MABONENG PRECINCT JEEPES TOWN
Curiocitybackpackers.
Shops, restaurants cafeterias, bars, cinema, fashion designers, artists, galleries, artist residence. (MOD) Museum Of African Design, Arts on main sunday food market and accommodation.

JOHANNESBURG ZOO

ORANGE GROVE

Nelson Mandela house 4th st Houghton.

MELVILLE
SABC studio Auckland park.
27- Boxes in Melville.
Pablo house Melville.

KILLARNEY MALL.
Melrose Arch shopping & retail.

ROSEBANK MALL.
African market.

ALEXANDER TOWNSHIPS
Maboneng townships arts experience.

SANDTON CITY
Nelson Mandela square.

PRETORIA
Soshanguve township
Union buildings.
Voortrekker monument & nature reserve.
Pretoria Backpackers.
The long March to freedom Fountain valley.
Freedom park SA.

Apartheid Museum
Gold Reef City.

SOWETO

BARAGWANATH HOSPITAL
Bara mall.
Soweto cooling towers.

(UJ) University of Johannesburg

Soweto campus.
Maponya mall in Soweto.
Soweto Backpackers.
Vilakazi street.
Desmond Tutu's house.
Nelson Mandela house.
Sakhumzi Restaurant.
Soweto TV
Jozi FM Radio station.
Kliptown Freedom charter square.
Soweto hotel
Soweto Kliptown youth (SKY)
Post 77 Arts movement.
Soweto Tour Art Gallery.
Regina Mundi catholic church.
Inside out jazz lounge.
Ipelegeng community center.
Soweto basketball academy.
June 16th memorial Acre.
Native Rebels.
CredoMuthwa African Village Soweto.
Jabulani mall.
Soweto Theater.
Naledi high school.
Contact: nmtoursoweto@gmail.com



WorldwideCulture & Custom

In the face of COVID19 pandemic, do you sense anything new about yourself?

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NoordQuarantined: I spend more time discovering new things such as new books and new recipes.

I pay more attention to work-life balance. People around me are more used to the idea of working from home.

I order more takeaways for coffees or small stuff to support local stores in my neighborhood.

The speed of how people cope with COVID 19 and adapt to the 1,5-meter society is impressive.

Sri LankaOthers

What wild animals are most encountered by the locals in Sri Lanka?

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SeeSrilanka Tours: Undaughtedly i can say number one will be the Asian Elephant is the most encounted. The Sri Lankan elephant population is now largely restricted to the dry zone in the north, east and southeast of Sri Lanka. Elephants are present in Udawalawe National Park, Yala National Park, Lunugamvehera National Park, Wilpattu National Park and Minneriya National Park but also live outside protected areas. It is estimated that Sri Lanka has the highest density of elephants in Asia.
2.wild boars
3.Jungle fawls.
4.pocupines
5.peacocks
6.wild buffalos
7.spotted deers
8.sambar deers
9.Sri lankan Leopard
10. Sri lankan sloth Bear are the others.

WorldwideCulture & Custom

What do you do during home quarantine?

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Yifan Wei: Well, it was really hard for the first two weeks. I was always thinking that my winter break shouldn’t be like this. I slept 12h a day and spent almost the other 12h on my phone. Then I realized, it wouldn’t work. So I decided to start a healthy life, both physically and mentally.

Here’s the schedule↓
9:00 get up
have some toast and a cup of coffee
10:30 find a book to read
(It suddenly occurred to me that I haven’t read for such a long time. It’s a good chance to input something.)
13:30 afternoon tea time
(a cup of black tea, sometimes homemade milk tea with homemade tapiocas. I can’t live without tapiocas!!)
14:30 continue reading or do some research
17:30 diner time/watching news and all kinds of videos
20:30 do some stretch and practice locking
(Well, I am a part-time dancer so it’s really important to keep physical strength.)
24:30 go to sleep

And also, I started my French-learning again like...maybe the 49th time.

I didn’t become a creative chef or a pâtissière, but I feel quite satisfied.

Can’t hangout doesn’t mean you can do nothing. It’s a very good chance to do something that you don’t have time for but always wanted to do.
Don’t eat to much
Don’t go on a diet
Don’t sleep all day long
Do some sports
Keep contact with your friends
Talk to your family
And find your own lifestyle!

EuropeCulture & Custom

Hi, which countries are open for tourism soon & what are their Covid19 guidelines?

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NoordQuarantined: Italy is going to reopen the border on 3 June and there’s no quarantine requested for foreign travelers. Yeah!

1,5 meter social distancing is required for bars & restaurants and some of them are putting plexiglass separators when the 1,5 meter can’t be guaranteed. Mask is a must at the moment.

WorldwideCulture & Custom

Did you meet interesting guides during your trips? What is the story?

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Charlotte Zhu: 70% of Madagascar's wild species are unique in the world, as are the people who live in Madagascar. In 2019, I crossed from the east of Madagascar to the west. My driver Zoe told me that there are many primitive tribes in Madagascar.
He came from one of them. He is proud to be a driver, because on the one hand, he can take travelers from all over the world to visit beautiful Madagascar, on the other hand, because of the car he can also bring some food and goods back to his village. He said that every time he returned to his village, he could feel that his village was very proud of him, especially his father.
As a bridge to communicate with the outside world, he brought back hope. Along the way, he brought me to visit the local school, stores, restaurants and told many stories of the tribes, about sprits, clan and hope. He convinced me more that every destination has a larger story to tell and local community is bounded up with it.

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