Northcliff Manor Guest House
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After breakfast and farewell to Stefanie, Steph kindly drove Gail, Karen and I into cotlands where we met Bonnie who shoed us around the centre and briefed us on the services they provide there. They are shutting down the community services for the summer so many of the rooms were packed up and all the equipment had been brought in from outreach services. We spent most of our time in the nursery of course feeding and cuddling the beautiful babies who are waiting to be adopted. We ...
... where children are not allowed to go, there are also specific children's activities and a crèche.
People of all ages, races and religions can be seen engaging in the various activities. Here gambling is normalized and there is easy access to it. It could be seen as a case of Sun City fights back. This is considered the place to be and on payday it is ...
... but construction, constant upgrades of infrastructure.
South Africa exports raw materials which add to little profit but are predominantly importing. Excess importing.
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Import and Export---5 day course to receive management certification for importing/exporting.
Lunch was at ...
... next few days was not too long and we were safely in our room by 4pm. We were staying in a rather nice hotel in the Sandton suburb which is rapidly becoming the main business centre with a whole host of corporate offices and plush hotels. The evening was spent sorting out our washing and having a pleasant meal in the hotel.
On the Wednesday (Feb 26) we headed into the centre of Jo-burg via the Gautrain. The Gautrain line has only recently been completed and it ...
... first person internal soliloquy. I wasn't sitting at a departure lounge repeating the old cliche "if only I had more time". Lament as I might my lack of funds, at least I have some. Worry as I may about job security, at least i have a degree. Im in Africa, not because its easy, so get tough and don't be disrespectful.
Your not simply a traveler, your seeking a life here.
By all means feel that catch in your throat, you would do well ...