My first venture into a tavern and I did not know what to expect, by mid-morning we arrived at our first Tavern, Hunters Pub. As we walked into the tavern gates the first thing I noticed was how beautiful & clean the tavern was. I felt good vibes as we greeted the taverns customers and they were friendly back. When we went inside we met Mampho Mokoena, we purchased a 750ml Hansa and a 1l coke. I was shocked when I got change back, the Hansa only Cost R13 & the coke was R14. I left the boys Ben & Matt, to play a game of pool and I spoke to Mampho.
|Open Daily: 10:00 am- 2:00pm|
At ZAMA ZAMA the song Tshotshi by Ringo was playing. We purchased a drink from the bar and began to socialize with the locals. Ben Played pool with Matt while I spoke to Fefe, who later introduced me to his father Motsamai and sister Mathatho. Fefe and I discussed tavern tours and how the community could benefit. Motsamai played an exciting game against Ben and the fun began as Ben got enthusiastic about defending his title. Matt and I went outside and greeted Vincent from Highland Coffee who was surprised to see us on his day off. After talking to Vincent we made our way to the next tavern Tsamahantse.
|Open Daily: 10:00 am- 2:00pmOwner: (Stephen – Setona) 072 306 6914|
This tavern we did not stay for very long. But it did have us very impressed as from the street it does not look like much. But inside the décor, the bar was very spacious. We spoke to Madelina and some of the locals but shortly after we left to Edwards house.
|Open Daily: 10:00 am- 2:00pm
Owner: Mawela 083 341 5919
|While we were in Kgubetswana we decided to check out some of the art. We then went to visit Edward’s house we learnt from Edward that he used to be a tavern tour guide and soon will be operating again with Maluti tours. After speaking to Edward we went to the Child Care Centre.|