5 Awesome Things To Do In Jozi !

Me:  I can’t wait to go on vacation

Them: Oh nice, any travel plans? Where are you going?

Me: South Africa

Them: WHY?!? (with a funny face) or don’t get there, it’s too dangerous !

To make this short, I heard all kind of reasons of why I should not go to South Africa, especially Johannesburg. The recent line of events from the anti-foreigner violence earlier this year to the student’s protests last month “Fees must fall” did not help at all.

I was, however, determined or should I say We were determined to go on this must needed getaway from Abidjan. Besides South Africa has been on my Travel Bucket List for a while and I owe it to myself to celebrate a milestone birthday in an amazing country.

Although I am not a travel blogger but just a travel lover, I thought this top 5 Awesome Things To Do In Jozi might be helpful as I am myself did a lot of research before taking off.

Johannesburg aka Jo’burg or Jozi is a fast-paced city. There are zillions of things to do and explore while there.

 { Read the full blog post on : Afrofoodie.net } 


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  • Reply Ivy 17 novembre 2015 at 13 h 42 min

    merciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii pour ces useful tips ! et les photos des plats donnent l’eau à la bouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuche 🙂

    • Reply Afrofoodie 17 novembre 2015 at 14 h 25 min

      Merci chérie ! On aura l’occasion d’en discuter dans tous les cas 😉

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  • Reply Kishor 15 septembre 2016 at 17 h 24 min

    South Africa is in my list, and this city too. The food looks delicious too.

    • Reply Afrofoodie 15 septembre 2016 at 17 h 45 min

      Hello Kishor. Many thanks for visiting my blog. I definitely recommend South Africa to everyone and I am sure you will « fall in love » as much as I did.

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