Capital House Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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It is a little over two years since I officially finished work and I have tried to record all of my travels and events so that I will always have a good memory of them. Sometimes I also try to reflect on what I have done or the countries that I have lived in since October 2012. It is amazing for me when I look back that in the past 24 months I have worked for 11 months and had 13 months off. For me the off time has allowed me to travel and visit friends and ...
... for the bus in the courtyard and me being me, a crazy outgoing person, I started bugging out with the girls and doing their little chant dances with them olo. These girls were the most fun group of people I have ever met olo…always singing and dancing, yet they were kinda serious when they needed to be and very very respectful (always saying 'yes coach’ or ‘okay coach’)…I instantly loved these girls! Anyway, when we got to the BWB court, I was ...
... hands on a bottle!
On Monday, we went to what is essentially a housewives convention with Cora. Every housewife (if you’re allowed to say that word these days) in Pretoria (and Pretoria has money) has dolled herself up and come out to this market. There are crafts and elegancies from all over and we walked around to every stall. We bought a few little gifts for friends and a gourmet salt grind for ourselves for the rest of our ...
Today was my first full day game drive in an open vehicle. We left the campground at 6:15am with high hopes of seeing the big 5- especially the elusive leopard. We had heard of a leopard sighting yesterday but there are of course no guarantees. Unlike visiting a zoo or a safari park in Canada, game drives are immensely unpredictable. Luck is the main factor in spotting the animals as is a good set of eyes. One can spend hours driving at low speeds ...
... was no longer vacuum sealed. Nothing seems to be missing – thank goodness I kept my valuables with me but the thought of someones hands in my clothes is a bit distasteful. I was puzzled with the locks still on and only the top layers seemed to have been moved but someone here told me that thieves use a special tool to unzip the bag and then rezip it without touching the locks – which is why they can only get into the top layers. They had attempted to repack ...