Everglades Hotel And Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... swinging in tight black pants and said: “And here comes the other one”. Only when he sauntered off, did I realize that I was being mistaken for a hooker! Oh, my gosh! I was too stunned to say anything,
Well, having packed, we hit the N3 to Durban, and our money disappeared into one toll gate after the other. At Harrismith Ultracity, we had a delightful lunch at Nando's. After another few toll gates, we started looking for ...
... up on my butt which gave the others a giggle. Breakfast was beautiful fresh fruit and muesli sitting out on the terrace. We realised that we had picked the perfect time to go for the walk as the mist was marching over the hill. We cleaned up and was on the road around 10:30. We had the compulsory coffee stop at Woolworths on the way home with a small detour to the Country Road sale where everything had a further 25% off. I off course had to buy a couple ...
... sneaked into the house when all the doors were locked. “
Edie “ On our second day at Caversham Mill we drove to Sani Pass. It took us two hours to get to Underberg, which is in the Southern Drakensburg. We had to hand in our passports to our guide and we went to get breakfast at the local Spar. It took ages to order the food and pay. We changed cars to the 4x4 as we were going ...
... me, blind and deaf to any Red Flags. Most participants are willing if not eager to staff my obsession and many are just too plain terrified to say no when faced with my deranged eyes. Even I, inveterate planner and expectations merchant, recognize that this is a high-risk strategy. The potential for devastation, disappointment, heartbreak, mistrust, panic, dashed hopes, anti-climactic endings, non-starters, feelings of failure, self-hatred, hatred of others ...
Ten more days to go and I'll leave the shelter. I cannot promise anything but I will try to help Khazimula once back home. I just wanted to share some thoughts via this blog and may come back to you at a later point of time. If you want to read more about Khazimula, visit http://www.khazimula.co.za/.
I won't post any picture of Khazimula before asking the children's and the staff permission.
I am having ...