Melrose Place Guest Lodge
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A short flight to Durban (1hour), I arrived at King Shaka International Airport. Bernard picked me up and we travelled to Hillcrest to pick up the new car. It was a big surprise to see it on the forecourt with a big red bow on the windscreen. Gregg Coutts, the salesman ...
... to Market on Main (three times in three weekends and I still can't imagine anywhere better to spend a Sunday afternoon) for beers in the sun and browsing the markets.
We were joined by Marcia and her wonderful parents, and said our farewells - Marci's back at home in Portugal as of a few hours ago and is very, very much missed :(
Managed to sneak in a tasty Greek dinner with Rob and Cassie at the end of the day - an excellent way to finish a ...
... hotel shows another man who looks dressed in the same thing, and whom you have just the tiniest urge to ask whether or not he's the man from the pictures. But, showing great resolution, you humbly hold your tongue. After all, you are not one of those tourists. Your valet comes and, before you know it, you have been whisked away to, unbelievably, your own castle! Your singing pines estate includes views worth a thousand pictures, multiple ...
Since our gym options were coming to an end we decided to have an early work out before our 9:50 am flight to Johannesburg. We still made it to the gate with plenty of time for breakfast. On the way to the airport we saw what life was really like in South Africa as we drove through some of the townships.
We had a welcome surprise on our Johannesburg to Entebbe flight when we were bumped to business class! A few glasses of wine helped the 4 hr flight go by a little ...
... work on my attitudes towards others and my attitudes towards myself.
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about ...