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What should a person visiting South Africa experience, do, see, or look forward to?

What should a person visiting South Africa experience, do, see, or look forward to? Topic: Case south africa
July 17, 2019 / By Francisca
Question: What are important values you have learned from your family? What do you enjoy doing with your free time while living in South Africa? What is your job in South Africa? What are other jobs? What is taught in schools? if you can answer these ASAP, i'd really appreciate it, thanks!
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Darcey Darcey | 7 days ago
go to travelocity.com, how about that? or....ask them when you get there? I think you are trying to make South Africa look bad by thinking no one will be able to answer this question with good things....and if thats the case, you need to get a life. What good are you doing by sitting around TALKING about a problem? How about trying to find a solution?
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Darcey Originally Answered: Are there any type of luggage that is more or less tamper proof for visiting South Africa?
Yo, Darth! The Pierre Cardin HARD SHELL CASE comes with a combination lock and key. It's probably your best bet. Stay away from any bags or suitcases with zippers, because they're pretty easy to open and close without anyone noticing the difference. They open it kinda like a tailor would do if he was to fix the zipper on your pants. Here is a small picture, http://www.modrecinternational.com/image... The largest one goes for 120 US$ and the smallest one for only 50 US$. It is pretty heavy, but even thought it looks small, you can fit twice the baggage in this case than you could fit in a regular suitcase. I have two large ones and travel with only the two to South Africa for a month. We are a family of four. That just shows you how convenient and efficient it is. And safe, of course! I sound like a freekin' commercial.... Keep it real, buddy!
Darcey Originally Answered: Are there any type of luggage that is more or less tamper proof for visiting South Africa?
They are not very honest. Even opening bags to get a little thing out like a pen knife that they must spot on x-Ray machines. This is why sometimes you stand waiting for your bags for so long even when the airport is quiet. They are shopping through your bags!-- but more to the point someone is letting them. I tell you what. This just shows the trouble with South Africa today. Send me into the the baggage hall with a few police and there would be no more stealing. It would be so simple to stop. But no, South Africa is looking more and more like the rest of corrupt Africa. We just wring our hands and do nothing and the world looks on and shakes its head in sorrow. We need the tourists for the money they bring, but this puts quite a lot of people off---we let a few skelems ruin it. Answering your question. Don't take anything of value and make sure you have survival kit in your hand luggage. Then if it all gets stolen and it probably will, they get rubbish, and you go out and buy new stuff that is quite cheap there. In spite of all this it is a wonderful place! Just be prepared, and enjoy.

Brande Brande
Broad questions! what should a person visiting South Africa experience, do, see, or look forward to? The general wisdom woiuld be Cape Town, the game parks and the Garden Route are the must see tourist attractions. Detailed personal Info on Cape Town can be found here: http://www.cape-town-family-holiday-magi... What are important values you have learned from your family? I have learned integrity and loyalty, and a commitment to know myself and not compromise on my beliefs. What do you enjoy doing with your free time while living in South Africa? Our family loves the outdoors and hikes and camps a lot. We love nature and count ourselves lucky to live in close contact with it. We live in a city so enjoy normal suburban pursuits like going to the movies and eating out. We visit with friends and go to church. What is your job in South Africa? I am a housewife. My husband is a finance professional. What are other jobs? Any job you care to mention apart from very specialised ones like NASA explorer and aeronautical engineers and the like. What is taught in schools? All the usual. Reading, writing, grammar, maths, sciences like biology, chemistry and physics, various languages other than english, home economics, industrial arts, art, music, geography, history.... That's it in a nutshell!
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Alea Alea
If you ask and find everything out before you go, then whats the point of going? I think you have ulterior motives with this question...and I don't like it...
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Alea Originally Answered: What Do You Think About South Africa?
Here are some links for you: www.news24.com http://southafricasucks.blogspot.com/ Huge problem with crime and corrupt politicians. http://www.frontline.org.za/articles/get... Lived there for 32 years and left because of crime. Majority of the country is 3rd world, with some 1st world commercial clusters that are moving to 2nd world and beyond..... It´s a beautiful country with a lot of problems. --------------------------------------... To answer your last question Darren, on how they treat people, some South Africans tend to try and solve problems by name calling. (Witness Malan´s response.) I grew up in an Apartheid era with a lot of hate all round and there still remains a lot of residual issues. I never wanted to get caught up in that mentality of hate and I stick firm to my beliefs. I want to tell people the facts, and a lot of South Africans are suggesting images of a beautiful, peaceful country, a country of milk and honey, with as much crime as anywhere else , however this is not the case and it is irresponsible to misinform visitors and researchers of the significant problems that South Africa has. It has as many (if not more) murders as in Iraq, and that is a war zone, and 3 or 4 times as many rapes, and yet many people believe that these already sickeningly high crime statistics are being watered down - as is suggested on some of the links I have shown you. At the end of the day the best is to do your own research and come to your own conclusions, I have supplied you with some options, but those that can´t back up their Utopian promises prefer us (the realists) not to supply you with any information. Hope this helps. P.S. The name "Malan" is very common in the old Apartheid government and amongst it´s supporters (fact), and hence the irony of the racist name slinging had me in stitches this morning, thanks for that.

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