Chamonix Guest Lodge
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We are into day 2 of our introduction into our role at TWR - we are feeling overwhelmed with information and have lots to comprehend. It was a day of sharing our background; seeing and meeting various department heads and enjoying another great meal out at Nando's - a franchised ...
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When we got back home, the power had just gone out, which apparently is really common in South Africa as the infrastructure wasn't designed to cope with so many people relying on it and also because people often steal the wires to sell the copper to scrap metal places. Eventually the power came back on without much ...
... what the street vendors had to offer as well as what stores had to offer in the mall in terms of souvenirs. We ended up having dinner at Wangthai restaurant which serves authentic thai cuisine. We went with a prix fixe menu with a few bottles of wine to enjoy with our dinner. The dinner turned out excellent as usual as we were able to try a variety of dishes and they were mostly delicious.
... 8220;colored” taxes. Then on the morning of 4 August 1955 everything changed. A team of racial classifiers visited the laundry where Willie worked: “When I entered the office, a European man, standing with two African policemen, asked my name. I told him. The conversation was in Afrikaans only…The other European man asked the following questions: my name, what race I was, where I was born, to whom I was married, my wife’s maiden name, what race my ...
... pleasantly surprised and for mine, a better offering than the more snobbish Ole Sereni nearby. And there we have it...done! As I write this on the Kenyan Airways flight to Johannesburg, there are a number of snow capped mountains that have appeared through the clouds to bid us adios. It does not matter that it's not Mount Kilimanjaro for we have seen this natural wonder a number of times now. Rather, it seems poignant that the mountains less discussed, less visited, have ...