Public park with swings for kids to play on. Good place to have a picnic.
The Tsholofelo Park, a large green area north of Gaborone, capital of Botswana, there are few shade trees at lunchtime. There is a small pond that cools the atmosphere a little, a small square of concrete floor and a kind of rocket metallic painted in many colors that used to play there some children in the neighborhood. It looks like a park either, but near a corner between a shed with thatched roof and a closed water tanks, there is a unique monument: two large posters in English and Setswana, the local language, report that those stones placed on the ground, surrounded by an enclosure chained and low shrubs, is “El Negro,” the tomb of the Negro of Banyoles.