Ninety North Guest House (Pty) Ltd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... and a few things have struck me. Firstly, the stuff that comes through ED (all medical; trauma does all the surgical stuff and is a separate department) is fairly reminiscent of what we see in hospitals back home. Heart failure, status epilepticus, bells palsy, pneumonia... largely bread and butter stuff. However - and take this with a grain of salt because I'm still not really sure how the primary care system works here - there is a huge patient population with poorly ...
... s mum. Qantas crew extremely attentive. The service is caring and professional, lunch excellent - broccoli soup, spiced cauliflower, kale (on every menu, what did we do without kale, so trendy), potato with Gujarati dhal and roti (partial to my Indian food). Fresh fruit, passed up on Maggie Beer ice cream or panna cream trifle with pear, balsamic and apple jelly!! Watched The Theory of Everything, the story of Stephen Hawking, ...
... I'm not an elitist, I don't believe that these people "need saving" so why do I feel such a pull towards their sales tactics? Why does it affect me and the others in such a way? Does it affect the others?
In the Western world there is no parallel that I have experienced to this kind of market experience, you're greeted very closely by the vendor who assures you that they will give you a good price and that they just ...
... from Tswalu Game Reserve, whose introduction to game safaris became the basis of an addiction; our driver and nature interpreter from Kulula Desert Lodge, another Jonas; our tour guide and the person responsible for finding us AvGas at Ongava Lodge, Henook; our guide from the Okavango Delta, Abu Camp... KB, who could drive through a maze of trails, under a metre of water, and never get lost: our guide, Bashi, and tracker Edward, of the Mashatu Camp in the Limpopo ...
... and contempt. Later he handed it over. We left for Keyafar, where we stopped for lunch.
I did not recognise the restaurant at first but this was the restaurant where we had stopped on the first day and being handsomely ripped off. When I did remember, both Stefan and I voiced our displeasure at returning here and asked to move. Mamo refused, saying it was his friend’s place and he had had a bad day. This was totally unprofessional and very poor ...