City Lodge Hotel Bryanston
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... buildings fill the landscape, it is a wealthy suburb. We tried to get off at the Rhodesville stop but the doors to our carriage wouldn't open, a bit of a scary experience. Luckily the train only goes to the airport and returns to the stop we are supposed to get off. The on duty security knew what happened so it was ok. Apparently the first 2 carriages are supposed to be for airport passengers only, we were in the first ...
... We are looking for the following House or Garden cottage Fully furnished Secure and safe area Min 2 bed Terrace and garden Must be within 45 mins driving during peak hours of Springs for Paul's work. 2: Set up bank account 3: Register Paul with tax man. 4: Buy a car for me. This cannot be done until we have an address. 5: Buy a sat nav so we can find our way. 6: Find a doctor ( when we know where we are going to live) for my blood pressure tablets. 7: Find a ...
... They also have almost all the animals you could want to see in Africa, so it makes it a lot of fun trying to spot them. Because of where it is, though, everybody needs to get up quite early, so that we are able to spot some animals before they go to hide during the heat of the day. Naturally, Gen is against any sort of early start, but she is overruled by everyone else when I scare them into thinking they won't see any animals. It's a good thing ...
... middle of nowhere. It presumably provided housing for workers of the large farming plants we'd started to see. There were huge industrial buildings sat on the seemingly empty plains. Later we learned that many were likely to be sugar processing plants. The service station again was very modern and it was time for lunch. We checked out the sandwich options but they weren't that cheap so we all gravitated to fast food. No surprise there!!
So we had our first introduction ...
... br> 125 grams mixed seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, sesame)
125 grams natural unsalted peanut(s)
Preheat the oven to 130°C/gas mark 1/2, and oil a 23 x 33 x 4cm baking tin, or use a throwaway foil one.
Warm the condensed milk in a large pan.
Meanwhile, mix together all the other ingredients and then add the warmed ...