Ninety North Guest House (Pty) Ltd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... would be. We have eaten well and actually got to do a little local local shopping. For me a "real" cup of coffee was the highlight of my day.
As I write this we are waiting for the campers to come. We will greet them, get them settled into their rooms and have dinner together. We have a busy evening planned; with some games, worship, Drew will teach ...
... mentally tracking the time in both Sydney and Johannesburg- keeping a foot in both cities. I imagined everyone at home going about their Friday routines- gyms, jobs, bars, bed - while I stayed suspended in a perpetual day, chasing the sun across the Indian Ocean. I got talking to the guy next to me on the flight, who bore a striking resemblance to a South African Rolfe Harris- you'd think this would be creepy on any number of levels, but it ...
... familiarity of some of the attitudes of the Afrikaans people talking on the videos, as they reminded me of people I have known in the last 20 years in the Southern States of the US. I was also feeling quite uncomfortable with how similar the US still is in many ways to the Apartheid days of South Africa. I had spoken with some other museum visitors about my perceptions and personal experiences.
When I was leaving the museum, the unusual ...
... in Dubai, and works as a pastry chef (who craves bacon since pork is outlawed in Dubai). I'm sure that the whole terminal was annoyed at our loud laughter and chatter. Turns out we have very similar senses of humor and exchanged stories. I also learned that in Africa and the Middle East (or where she's traveled) have airplane loading sections/groups on the ticket, but don't use them. I think this was the first time that I didn't have to wait for my ...
... museum. For a serious topic to intake, having part of the museum outside and hearing the shrieks from the people on the rollercoaster next door was a bit odd but did lighten the mood a tad.
The temporary exhibition (which is actually not that temporary as it has been there for four years) was about Nelson Mandela’s life through seven themes; character, comrade, leader, prisoner, negotiator and statesman. It ...