FernIvy Guest House
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... which adds about an hour to the journey. Estimating when to re-fuel your car can also be a challenge - you drive through a town and think you will get to the next garage a fill up - 90 minutes later you are starting to wonder when you you will reach the next one! I have to mention the police looking for people speeding - it is a great game in South Africa and none more so than on the N-1. I lost track of the ...
... and that I will also provide another computer to help the young people with the learning. I feel so motivated and good about being able to so this.
Many people know that I though about living in Australia and ask me why did I change my mind - I think there a few reasons. You have to lodge a significant monetary bond if you want to be a resident there and the immigration advisers tell you it is better to just visit as ...
... and got food a agin even though it was only an hour and half flight, chicken lasagne. And I like that they always say a proud goodbye from South African airways. Cute. Was sat next to the Spanish family that had been on the plane with me there and stayed at the waterfront too! So got to Johan same old shizzle with queues but finally got out and knew I had to ring the lodge for my free transfer. Was about to ring but phone had o credit, then got 100dollars changed to rands so had ...
... their mascot and perhaps feature on their blog like he does in ours. Dirk is a State Attorney and looking forward to retiring in 2 years time. Corruption in the police is rife apparently with 30 cases of misconduct or investigation into false arrests or detention taking place each week. I’ll have breakfast with Rona tomorrow and she will then drop me at the Uni where I am going to our old speech therapy department and will have coffee with one of my old lecturers. ...
... of the reputation of public transport here being somewhat dangerous. It turns out it’s quite cheaper to rent a car, drive yourself around, and do things this way. I planned on doing this for tomorrow, but being Sunday, the rental car companies are closed and I just found out that tomorrow is a public holiday (Women’s day) meaning they will be closed again, thereby basically preventing me from doing much tomorrow…maybe just a day ...