Capital House Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
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My early morning departure from the hospital got me to the airport in plenty of time. I purposely scheduled the transport a bit early because the hospital transport people have a tendency to work in "Africa time" (i.e. about an hour later than scheduled). All worked out well and my flight to Johannesburg was quick and comfortable. At the airport in Johannesburg, I met up with Dr. Ken Ingham, a friend's father. Dr. Ingham ...
... not forgetting my favorite place in South Africa - Cape Town and he humbling visit to Robben Island.
Along the way I have made many new and special friends - it would not be fair to name them all but they know who they are. The have and will be my friends for the rest of my life. Additionally I was able to meet up with some old friends who I had not seen for nearly 4 years - I am incredibly indebted to Adam and Katie in Sydney who out up with me for many week ...
... shopping centre and up and up we go... The Drive In is on top of the shopping centre which I think is a brilliant idea. Climb out the car then organise ourselves on the floor against the wall. Watched an animated show about Transylvania which I only watched half as my bed was very comfy that I feel asleep. Happy to finally use these sleeping bags we have been carrying so far. The next movie was a horror so we jumped in the car and drove home.. What a wonderful ...
... the Africa Museum was closed. We started heading down the street, but it looked pretty uninspiring, so when we came across a shopping centre we thought we would pop in and get our bearings back again... We got a map and looked up a few things to do and grabbed some lunch as well. After this we walked past the brewery, a cool science expo venue and into the city. We did get a few strange looks walking around, but it's all part of the experience. We saw Ghandi square and ...
... tons of new roads – most of the time I have no idea where we are – everything looks so different. Duncan road, Atterbury road, Lynnwood – not recognizable!! By the way for you ex Durbanites all the street names in Durban have apparently been changed – West street in no longer West street – when I asked why West street had to have its name changed given that its not a name like Smuts or Kruger that has significance to the apartheid ...