B&B&B Guesthouse Threebees
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... visit to Australia. Great friends, great company and always finding interesting things to do.
If the next year is any where near as interesting for me then I will feel that I am truly blessed.
I dully believe that you only live once and you should you every minute of your time and I fully intend to continue with my life as a Global Gypsy. I have not been in the UK for six months and will return to see my family but certainly do not miss the weather!
... inquiring about internet and phone.. All doable. Took brochures home to get feel of what's available. After sometime of wondering around the grocery shop reminiscing about childhood memories of the lollies, biscuits, biltong and Melrose cheese, cereals, cremore (powdered milk for coffee) remembering the advert ' husband shouts to wife about the location of the cremore milk to make the coffee, whilst he is looking in the fridge' she ...
... capital (Cape Town the parliamentary capital) with 50 million people. The jacarandas were in bloom everywhere and hence it is called "Jacaranda City". It was founded in 1855 and was named the capital in 1860. We arrived at Rovos Rail’s private station at Capital Park where we were met and taken to Court Classique in the heart of South Africa’s capital city Pretoria. ...
... was informed that the media said West street is “ too Western” - I laughed out oud at the ridiculousness of that! Crime is still very high – smash and grab at stop streets being a favorite – was told that even locking ones door is no guarantee as a sparkplug held in the palm of the hand does a great job of smashing the front windscreen so the perpetrator can lean in and grab a handbag, mobile phone or laptop. The challenge as a traveler ...
... Africa! A bizarre situation. In a desperation attempt we headed to the tourist office where we were told that SA rand was accepted in Zim anyway! Now a lot happier, we headed to a Parisian-style cafe for coffee and an amazing slice of chocolate cake. All in a day's work! Now we must eat before the sun sets - fun stuff, and an interesting change to pap!
For a little more, have a read of Michael's post at http://graceschoolza.wordpress.com .
Talk to you in Zim!