Aandbloem Guest House
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... for him to find us.
We are then on our way to Pretoria and first stop is the Union Building. Here we swap guides and Norman takes over. He takes us down into the terraced gardens and tells us about the buildings and shows us the enormous statue of Nelson Mandela. From there it is on to the centre of town to see a number of the older historic buildings. We go down a narrow street to get to Church Square and find it blocked off and us hemmed in ...
... stone deaf and once she found out that the majority of us were from Australia she switched to speak perfect English! What a character! After a spot of lunch especially prepared for us at a local tavern we made our way into Dinokeng Game Reserve. A few of the boys were fortunate enough to have a guided motorcycle ride through the park - one of the only game reserves to allow this. The girls and some of ...
... got lost! Ronelle was waiting for me with delicious tart and a chocie on my bed! Had such a nice visit. What a lovely family! We watched the sunset, over the sea, sipping champagne on top of the hill at Bloemendal. Awesome! Back home and spoilt rotten, Jacob cooked crayfish. I ate a whole one. I never shared, hmmmm! Sitting in bed, writing this with a sore tummy! I ate for the hunger still to come. Eich! Note to self...... Food is foe! Beware! Don't eat till you ...
... of the day was spent doing a bit of laundry, checking email and updating our journal.
With a bit of energy regained, we popped over to a new restaurant Cora wanted to try: Pizza and Vino and we all had delicious pizzas and split two jugs of sangria. In the evening we watched X-Factor and Zoo Keeper, which was quite funny. It wasn’t until a little later on that Erik and I both suffered a bit of digestive upset. Was it the pizza or the ...
... if I hadn’t been given this task.
We look forward to getting more student help next weekend in gluing in book pockets for all of our books, and I definitely can’t wait to see what the future has in store for me and our ever-improving library! Yesterday, while Kerry and I were working on a grant application to an organization to cover some shipping costs for the books in the U.S., we had to change the way we described the library ...