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... not a bad life! Now bearing in mind that the forecast for the day was totally overcast with rain showers, we were somewhat surprised when the sun came out at 10 a.m. And it then got steadily better and warmer - such that in the p.m. we were able to swim in the pool and sit in the sun - although the wind did get up later. Food. Last night we went to a recommended restaurant which was only a couple of minutes from the guest house. ADO had a lamb ...
... you could do both at the same time.... And they're very me and fun! But apparently childcare is More rewarding . There's just so many people doing child care that I hope I'm still needed and feel like I made the right choice! b Got home from the pub (took a taxi home don't worry... Bonded with him over stereotypical Aussie accents) .... And still no one was home except the old Aussie snoring in the other room. Was a bit scared to spend my first night alone in this ...
After eating breakfast I decided to further explore the hotel, I used the trip advisor to find my accommodation, I spent the day by the pool reading over my itinerary and planning for the following few days.
The hotel Villa Zest Boutique Hotel is of 5 star quality, spotless clean, ...
... her iPhone on the table. Lets just say holiday brain is kicking in for both of us. Crisis averted!
Following the stress, one very happy Janine and I headed to Bungalow for a meal. The setting was amazing and the food divine. I am happy to report that the rest of evening was very relaxed as we watched the sunset drinking wine and admiring the view.
All in all the day had everything..
Sleeping that night was definitely not a problem.
... protested, their houses were demolished. The area remained empty for many years as nobody wanted to buy or move to such a conflicted area. It hasn't become built up until recently when the government has begun offering subsidies and claims to displaced families, motivating them to move back into the area. Unfortunately many of these families are so poor that they cannot even afford the subsidized houses from the government and continue to live in the townships. After the museum ...