Brighton Lodge Guest House
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
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... 160; I feel like this as I do about Tuscan style architecture. Great to see in the Cape, great to see in Tuscany. Better to leave it there and not in sunny Western Australia. Our next stop is Cape Town. I will also post another blog about shipboard life, after receiving numerous requests about facilities, food and general day to day living. In a little while I am going to attend a free lecture given by FW De Klerk, I am really looking forward to hearing what he has to ...
... him busy for a few hours whilst he sketched out the outline. He also decided that it would be funny to carry round a huge grasshopper. Eurgh my bites are so itchy!!! We had quite an uneventful evening spent in the bar. Josh did some chicken and kudu sausages on the Braai and Kait made a yummy sweet corn, courgette and leek cheesy thing which I had. We stood and chatted to Toni from the rehab centre and then went to ...
However, I hadn't come here to see the town, but instead to visit Addo Elephant Park, a large national park about an hour's drive to the north east. Back in the hostel in Knysna I'd met Allie, from Kentucky, and we'd arranged to hire a car for the day to explore the park, rather than taking a tour (actually ended up being both cheaper and a lot more flexible - win win!).
Left Port Elizabeth at 6am and drove up to the park, past ...
... actual Valley of Desolation. It looked big from the mountain, but it was only when you were in it that you could really appreciate (or not) it's vastness. The rains came lashing down again and out of the window the landscape was just a blur of beige, dash of grey, blobs of green and speckles of yellow. The only wildlife we saw were a few Springboks and plenty of sheep to remind Jackie not to eat their necks again! Finally the road climbed up a mountain pass and ...
... Africa they have the option of taking either Maths Literacy or Pure Maths. Pure Maths is the upper division designed for students who want to go to University for Maths and/or Sciences. I help with the lower division.
Other than that I am also trying to incorporate more leadership lessons into the English curriculum. For example, with the grant money from the College of St. Benedict (which I am so grateful for) I bought them all notebooks of their ...