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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Salt Rock
... felt more Australian then when I’ve been here. I’ve never felt more of an attachment to my “Hometown” as I have since I’ve been here. Ive never appreciated home as much until i was here but at the same time being here has allowed me to find myself, my family, my friendships and what i truly can do in this world. I’m glad i’m having a baby in this country, I’m glad there will always be a part of me, of ...
... said our farewells. We were off by 8 in our rental car to drive the 250 kilometres to Port Elizabeth. With amazing bridges, we crossed several deep gorges, carved by rivers over the centuries. At the Port Elizabeth airport, the attendant worried about our luggage and zap strapped all the zippers together to foil thievery. We caught our reserved one hour flight to Durban and met Leslie in the arrivals area, a vibrant 90 year ...
... actually 2am Thursday morning in Australia and the boys haven't been in a bed since Monday night!!poor little men :(
As we speak Glenn is tasting his first of South African water. Yet again, something we have no idea about!? He says it tastes nice but I'm still a bit nervous.
Anyway it's best I get my emotional self off to bed for some serious rest so I can see clearer in the morning ...
... wonderfully it started. One thing we ordered was
springbok, which is kind of like a deer, such a delicate and tasty
meat, loved it.
loved when the old girl behind us (family birthday to welcome her
septennial) congratulated us on our engagement, guess she overheard
me jokingly asking Colin to marry and handing him the delicate hand
wrought silver ring from Pemba ...
... visiting as we moved from the Indian to the Atlantic).
Then it was onto the marina, where Pat and Despi had met (awwww). We took a little walk around the boats then drove to another area of the city to have lunch at Corner Cafe, which was splendid. A table in the sun and proper vegetarian fare -- we were in heaven. It was a long and leisurely lunch which didn't leave us with loads of time before ...