Blue Lagoon Hotel & Conference Centre
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... of being able to outreach work in the area but just doesn't know where to start. One thought I have taken on over the past year and a half of being a missionary and living in South Africa is the concept of "paying it forward" every time you help someone you hope that in return they will help another. For me, it being given the chance by WCF and Copt which consists of the donations of many brethren and sisters, who have given my family and I this opportunity, so ...
... of each of the places, but needless to say we had a fantastic time. We took a trip up to mountainous hogsback for a weekend with a group of friends for some walking, braaing and eating. We stayed in a hotel called 'the edge', as it's grounds extend to the top of a cliff face, known locally as the edge. The hotel consists of a main hotel area with restaurant and bar and a number of small cottages and chalets. The weather was cold (it reached 0 degrees ...
... out with Nick, Rich and Euan, and a move up to Manly to stay with Andy and Bethan there. Manly is a commuter suberb that is a 30 min ferry ride from the city centre. It feels like you are on holiday all the time there, surrounded by beaches, sail boats and plenty of cafes and restaurants. Not a bad place to come home to after a long day at work. Really all of the above was just a build up to the main event on Saturday. The tension built throughout the week and the amount of ...
... the cable car back down. Sam booked me a surprise for Sunday morning- a paragliding session at the top of Signal Hill. It was another highlight, with amazing views and some loop the loops!! We then took a drive down the coast to Simons town and boulders beach to see the penguins. We stopped for lunch in a cute little town called Halk Bay. Sadly after this it was time to head back to the airport. It is so easy to see why everyone raves about Cape Town, as we now have as ...
... I filed out too. People didn’t seem too worried as we formed groups outside, and it appeared that we were planning on all getting back on the bus after the unnamed chemical had been ‘cleaned out.’
Men in black rain boots opened the luggage compartments and began hosing down the inner compartments, a neon blue river flowing out from under the wheel.
It looked and smelled a lot like…. The blue ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service