Centurion Lake Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... young people, where they provide educational support and recreational opportunities to disadvantaged children. They met Thulani Madondo, an impassioned 32 year old, who was one of the CNN Heros and recipient of 50K in prize money, which he used to build a computer lab for KYP. They enjoyed a traditional African lunch, chicken and pap, and returned to meet Reg and I back at the hotel after their educational and thoroughly enjoyable day. ...
... actually more like South Coast Shopping Center in Newport Beach on steroids..." Mandela Square was there as well and it was like a piazza/plaza in Italy with outdoor restaurants all around. We were there almost daily with our phone problems.
It was a long day so we didn't do much other than minimal shopping, checking in to our cottage at the Summerview Guest House which looked like a plantation in Bryanston. ...
... to Jo Burg was on schedule and pleasant enough. We collected the stored luggage and were in the Intercontinental Hotel at the airport very quickly. It is an oasis and absolutely first class. We ( I ) repacked and started reconnecting to home via email etc. Matthew appears somewhat better and had a full meal for dinner. I am putting drugs to him just to be safe. Early night as we have a morning tour of Soweto and then the marathon of flight begins. Fingers ...
... me up but whom I had never met) would have a sign with
my name on it. It seemed like a cheesy thing to do, but I was
wondering how we would recognize each other and I stood there hoping
that I looked a lot like my Mom at that particular moment. (Zann knew
my Mom, which I will explain in a separate “historical background”
document) And then I saw a beautiful woman walking through the crowd
with the most adorable curly-haired, ...
We unloaded from the truck at our hostel in Johannesburg, full of mixed emotions: excitement, fear, sadness, thankfulness, and disbelief. It was really hard to comprehend. We wouldn't be getting on the truck again to travel with our friends to our next destination. This was the last stop for us, and we’d have to make our own way from here. After 90 days of putting tents up, taking tents down, and being chauffeured around ...