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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Brekkie at 6.15 am. Karen finally got access to the wifi. Walked to the terminal and checked in. They checked my bag at security as they thought they could see a chuck key. Turns out I had two spare bag locks that were butted up against each other. Tricked us. All good. Now on ...
... very passionate in what he did and it came across in his presentation. The polices and his position in business decisions were sound. He was very knowledgeable.
We then retired to the hotel as we ran out of time with Chris Hart. We all wanted more time with Chris and contemplated the idea of inviting him to our hotel lounge. If w had only thought of the idea before time running out and us back at the hotel would have been priceless.
... buildings of South Africa. The sandstone buildings were impressive to see on top of the hill but we could only admire from the outside. They were built after the Boer War and had two wings, the left wing was for the Africaans and the right wing for the British in an effort to get these two sides who fought against each other to get along and work together. From that hill we had an amazing view of Pretoria. In front of ...
... the South African Prime Minister. At Irene we were in a queue of traffic with sellers trying to sell us all sorts of rubbish, sunglasses, rubber rings etc. I ignored them then one of the sellers started pointing at my front tyre. Jackie told me to open the window, but it didn't feel right so I drove off with 2 of the sellers chasing us down the road. We arrived at Jan Smuts house and checked the car but couldn't find anything wrong. We ...
I calm a slowly growing ball of nerves building somewhere between my heart and my logic. This is in response to the growing number of things on my to do list. In its shortest version it reads:
1 Attain a professional job
2 Traverse the east coast of Africa
3 Liaise with Aly Karam (who's best known location is approximate at best.)
I write his number in my phone and send good karma to mum for having just given ...