Court Classique Suite Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... and work the evening shapes in the fading light. Sadly, I think I am too tired to draw properly as the squiggles were impatient and incongruent.
We ended up staying two nights as a full day of rest out of the car, writing and drawing was needed. The water is very salty, and has to be trucked in every day - they are trying to drill a borehole 15km away, which will be fresh and they can then pipe it in. They have sunk fourteen boreholes with no joy, ...
... wasted and few on the top raping their Country and cheating their Brothers all under the pretence of Freedom. I truly hope the People wake up and vote People in Office which are capable to run this Country so they will have a future....... Despite all this there are also modern Companies which are doing very well ... one example is: The Airplane Factory in South Africa. When visiting Cape Town we bumped into Mike Blyth getting Fuel at Stellenboesch. Mike togheter ...
... dancing, but I have to say I showed her!
We all eventually called it a night and took the taxi home. I awoke the next morning and treated myself to a nice big pancake breakfast at the Pannekoekhuis around the corner. Then Elissa invited me to her house for a swim and what was seemed to be a relaxing afternoon surely enough turned into another great UN party with everyone coming round for a swim, some great Cape wine and a very ...
... wages are extremely low. Some of our miners should see it so they realise how good they have it over there.
We had put a campground into the GPS but it couldn't find it. Luckily we got directed to another one. Crossing a bridge just before the camp there was a "Robbery Hotspot" sign - GREAT.
The campground had serious security: razor wire fence, cameras and the guard was walking around armed with a pump action shot gun!! How lucky are we in ...
... taken with Ghana because I hadn’t thought that I would need to. When I saw the bathtub, however, I realized that there would, in all actuality, be many things that I would need to adjust to while living abroad. It was naive of me to assume that I would have everything I wanted and needed in a country that is still technically considered third world. This was my fault, not something I could blame on South Africa as a whole, and I ...