Garden Court Kings Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... 160; I feel like this as I do about Tuscan style architecture. Great to see in the Cape, great to see in Tuscany. Better to leave it there and not in sunny Western Australia. Our next stop is Cape Town. I will also post another blog about shipboard life, after receiving numerous requests about facilities, food and general day to day living. In a little while I am going to attend a free lecture given by FW De Klerk, I am really looking forward to hearing what he has to ...
... the whole time trying to soak up every second as I sat face to face with her big brown eyes staring into mine within centimetres of my face while I stroked her chin, desperately trying to remind myself, this is a cheetah! Not just a really big house cat, a cheetah!! While at the same time, feeling like it was an every day occurrence. This morning, we woke up and headed the 3.5 hours from east London to PE. The drive was amazing, or should I say the views were amazing, the ...
... mile of townships and factories. The weather was pretty bad, grey and rainy, and we didn't actually hold out much hope of seeing many animals, but in the end it was a fantastic day. In many national parks here you are free to drive your own car around and see what you can find (and are forbidden from getting out, except at certain designated spots - complete with 'beware lions' warning signs). We spent the full day driving around, peering into the ...
... are showing their peers that they care about their academics and want to achieve a good education. They stay after school to work on their English, Maths, and Computer Skills as I discussed in the previous blog. Those classes are also going great! Their typing is getting faster with better accuracy and they've learned quite a few skills in Microsoft Word.
Masinyusane is working to get these young ladies and gentleman into University! One day at a time.
... in 1997 the government has been building new, simple houses for the township residents, but it will be some time before all the shacks are gone. The highlight of the day was visiting a primary school where the tour company made a large donation of supplies and we were allowed to wander in and out of classrooms visiting the children. Made me homesick for my ...