The Palms Guesthouse
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... life and a remarkable sculpture which looked just like a collection of jagged poles until they lined up correctly and depicted the face of Nelson Mandela - very clever.
After lunch in the Midlands, an area of green rolling countryside with an abundance of touristy cafes and craft shops, we continued towards the mountains which could now be seen on the horizon. We were to stay in a timeshare belonging to a friend of Richard ...
After the meeting Sonya headed back to our place to begin putting the packs together. Theres always an overwhelming good feeling when working hard for something so beneficial. A simple food parcel, not even $10 per bag and yet you know that the food in that parcel will feed a family for almost a week! A family who right now have nothing…. nothing! Even making the packs for the Sunday school kids was amazing. We started ...
... he'd have maybe calmed down a bit since I saw hime 8 years ago, but to the contrary, he had certainly ramped his craziness up quite a few notches, as I would find out in the coming weeks at Cosmogenesis, a trance festival we had booked tickets for in the Northern Drakensburg. His beautifuI mum cooked a delicious variety of curries for us every day, and when we'd come back from the townships or a swim on Durban beach, her homely curry would be waiting on the stove for us. ...
... built for backpackers and was a converted warehouse. We checked the map in reception for 'no go areas' and were delighted to find that Point Road (the one we are staying on) is one of them... Although we're were assured by staff that this end of it is fine. There is a Mall called Gateways which is the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere also. We spent the entire day here shopping, eating and watching kids show up adults on the ...
... Portugal and the population of the province is over 80% Zulu. The Zulu language is spoken by over half the population of KwaZulu-Natal, and there are Zulu language TV stations and newspapers published entirely in Zulu. The language is rythmic and one of the few world languages to use clicking sounds as consonants. According to Wikipediea, consonant clicking is shared with several other ...