Arabella Hotel and Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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Thanks to some political deal between China and South Africa (the former being a big investor in the latter's industry), there's a direct flight from Beijing to Johannesburg that's notable both for its length (15.5 hours) and its relative emptiness. I have to admit that when we boarded the plane it was a small breath of fresh air being greeted in English by flight attendants brimming with South African hospitality. And when we ...
... box-sized drawer out of light-weight aluminium and carpeting the whole unit. A lock system was installed to prevent the drawer from sliding out when the vehicle is parked on a slope.
A plastic 60 litre ...
I just had to go and visit all the spots in Hermanus I used to frequent when I was much younger.
The first time was in 1978 and we stayed with 3 other families in a house in the center of town.
Unfortunately the town has expanded so much that it seem to have lost that "village by the sea" status.
I met one of my best girly friends in Gecko Pub at the new harbor in 2001, so I invited her to join me for the 3 days I stayed in ...
... of whales we ended up wave watching. Whales do come close to land but maybe it was too rough today. Having said that we did see a couple intermittently (not a great photo shoot for Mike). We received another warm friendly welcome at our B&B, Penguino. Nikki and Stefan, the owners, have just return from their summer in London, and were punting in Cambridge last Friday! We are typing this up in a lively bar by the new harbour ...
... come close to the cage! However, buoyancy was a big problem, with 5ml wet suits filled with air as we hadn’t been completely submerged and no weight belt. The only thing we had to try and pull ourselves down was a bar in front of us that was surprisingly close to the outside bar, that we should not touch!
But within minutes of freezing in the cage, we heard “down” and down we went, to see the 2m shark that had been hanging around for ...