Rozenhof Guest House
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11: Tudor Chambers
12: Standard Bank
A: General Post Office
B: Old Mint Building
C: Bank of AfricaIts most prominent feature is the statue of the ...
... around on the kiddy playground which was so much fun clambering around like a monkey. When we got back to the foundation we had a going away party for me which was fun. I can't believe my time is up here. I don't want to leave. I've made some amazing friends (people and monkeys!) I will never forget it and hope I can come back. I highly recommend it to everyone. Now I am off to Cape Town for a well deserved week off before more ...
... her two of the less stuck ones. Everything seemed to be going fine, she had read my letters, looked at old passport and then started writing in my old ID number. Papers in hand told to get fingerprints and that was it. Fingerprints done, good old fashion black ink on metal plate, roll each individual finger over it and place print on paper. He informed me to take paperwork upstairs and that was it. Upstairs, no sign saying ID papers so thought best to stay ...
... Johnny’s once more for a final goodbye. Beryl had so kindly bought Ryan and I gifts with much thought, this made me want to never leave.
It was time; we made our way to the airport. Not the easiest of airports to navigate but we found our way to the Emirates desk. Checking in we found out our plane was delayed almost 5 and a half hours, putting leaving time in the early hours of the morning. With reassurance that our connecting flight had been altered as well, we ...
... excavation sites.
Later, I went to Maropeng, an exhibition and visitor's centers highlighting
“man’s journey through the ages”. It has interactive exhibits on evolution, which are rather strange but, again, interesting.
Honestly, I'd have to say the most interesting part of my day was driving in South Africa. They drive on the left side ...