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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the early tour and they all seemed happy, and more importantly alive and not missing any limbs. This made me feel slightly less nervous. We had a briefing by our guide who seemed very knowledgable and a bit nonchalant about the whole ordeal so I presumed he had been at this for awhile and never had any major issues. The boat ride out to the bay where we were diving was a quick but choppy 15 minutes. We had been told that once we dropped anchor it could take up to an hour for a shark ...
... I ended up on a beach in Goa with countless other impecunious drop outs.
Over the years I have managed to visit more than a hundred countries but the ravages of time have taken their toll. A double bypass and the odd twinge of arthritis remind me that my body is potentially a ticking time bomb. For years I have been saving for a rainy day but the stark reality is that it is raining NOW! There is no time to waste
I have ...
... strong it means Johannesburg will get even heavier rains. Biltong is their form of beef jerky but without all the salt and preservatives. Table Mountain gets a "table cloth", which is a hanging cloud at the top of the mountain. I'll be hiking up it tomorrow @ 645am.
Speaking of which, it's bedtime for me! Day 3, here it comes! Cheers :-)
Ps pictures to come tomorrow. Internet is really slow and I can't seem to upload any pictures...hm...tomorrow, promise!
... Simbithi was a contentious selection, because it comprises mostly par 3 holes. To those who hadn’t played the course, it sounded like a bit of a mashie course, but it was anything but. It turned out to be a highlight with a real testing par 5 and a few par 4s which were anything but easy. The par 3s were all testers and club selection was paramount.
Each day, a format was decided on to ensure a competitive spirit was maintained through the four days ...
... and then our driver took us to two townships, Kensington and Khayelitsha, where we saw the SHAWCO centers located there. In one center, used for education, we got to tour the building with all of the students inside. We ended up arriving during their nap time so we had to be very quiet. Both townships were incredibly poverty stricken. South Africa has a 45% unemployment rate and a 65% unemployment rate in the townships. They are in clustered in ...