Desert Palace Hotel And Casino Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Babysitting service
- Smoking rooms available
- Banquet room
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... drunk too, and this is the waterhole were we saw our first brown hyena. First animals to be seen were the majestic Gemsbokke and Springbuck, a brown hyena, Red-necked Falcon's at a nest of social weavers. After a long day charging to get to Nossob we set up camp as soon as possible and got the fire lit. I would recommend overnighting at Twee Rivieren as we charged through instead of a leisurely drive looking for birds and game. Ending speedometer ...
... is famous for its sultanas which are exported worldwide. Wine is one of the main sources of income to the economy of the area with one of the largest wine co-operatives, Orange River Wine Cellars situated in the heart of Keimoes. Bakkiespomp An old restored working waterwheel in the centre of the village which pumps water from the Gariep River to farms in the area. Located on the main ...
... police check first. I handed her the four passports and waited for clearance. She asked if the kids were twins and I said no. She was surprised and showed me the two kid's passports asking me why they looked so similar. Uh-oh. They were similar because they were both Coen’s passport, one was his old expired passport. My heart sunk guessing that when I went out to the car we would not find Seth’s. I was right. Julie ...
I decided to spend the weekend in Upington. This is a town of extremes... I went to the airport Saturday and the temperature was 31 deg C and the humidity was 12%, which is really low.
It has the longest runway in Africa at 4.9km. OR Tambo Intl airport's longest runway is around 4.3km. The space shuttle can land here.
Upington boasts the longest date palm tree lane in SA at 1041 meters ...
... Free State and ended up working for Executive Outcomes in his early 20's as a sniper. I am not sure how much I should believe but I don't generally question Free State farmers integrity. He said he got fired after questioning an order during a refresher course whilst hiding, by putting a bullet right next to the feet of his superior. How is that for dangerous employees.