When it comes to welcoming visitors, South Africans are super-friendly. This is the word from Helena Egan, and she should know. She works for travel website TripAdvisor and has travelled all over the world.
The fifth day of #MeetSouthAfrica couldn’t have offered up any more diverse experiences for our bloggers. From the red sands of the Kalahari to the delicious treat of sushi in Port Elizabeth, we covered it all.
I am a proud South African. I adore the country I live in, and try to explore as much of it as I can. I love the endless beaches along the east coast, the drama of the mountain ranges along the escarpment, the massive skies of the eastern Free State, the tranquility of the bushveld and the uplifting energy of my home city, Johannesburg.
It has been 20 years since South Africa’s first democratic elections on 27 April 1994, which saw South Africans of all races voting together for the first time in free and fair elections, signalling an end to decades of apartheid.
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