African Pride Crystal Towers Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... take them off then ask why the movie was blurry. He was having so much fun during the movie he asked me if he could take a picture of the movie on my camera haha. We got ice cream, he played on those cars and horses you put coins in and the move a bit. He had so much fun! And he continued getting happier and happier as the day went on. We took him to a toy store and said he could pick a toy and her was so thankful and grateful for it. He was so tired by the ...
... primary school hall to see some of the childcare children graduate from childcare! None of my kids will be because I've got a younger class but I'm still going because On the playground you meet so many kids and it'd be cute to see them graduate! I also chatted to my teacher today about things I could do for the childcare centre to make a large difference with the donations people have made. We've started brainstorming so hopefully I'll think of something soon! Miss you all! ...
... for a couple of hours looking at the beautiful boats and looking thought the shops just to see what there was.
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... with my classmates.
The least fun thing was when i went to buy african art. I was trying to bargain the price, and the lady said that she could not reduce the price because she has kids at home who needs the money to pay for food. It made me feel bad.
Observations of business/for career include streetwires is a business known for its bead and wire products. It is a R6 million co-investment.
... the malay quarter. We were shown many colourful buildings and saw several buskets.
The two main highlights were Robben island and the Gold Restaurant.
We cruised over to Robbin Island. This is where the political prisoners were held - including Nelson Mandela. IT was a sombre sobering experience. Our guide had been a prisoner himself and was able to impart how it felt and the everyday experiences. Only black ...