Garden Court Morningside Sandton
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the expected gangs of black unemployed youth lounging up against the walls, but are told that everyone is perfectly safe as the whole area knows that there is a tourist effort being built up (particularly to engender support for these poor black communities), and any violence against the tourists will apparently be swiftly dealt with by whoever controls the township. The "houses" and the general state of the "streets" (which are only mud alleys) are worse than you ...
... aside, I had a delicious breakfast. I had a type of dutch/afrikaner style french toast and I was brought "maple syrup" it was actually sugarbased maple flavored syrup, it made me wonder how rare/expensive actual maple syrup is. Originally cultivated by the Algonquin peoples of what is now eastern Canada and northern New England; it's to my knowledge one of the only original cultivations from North America. But getting it here to ...
... the limit, but at the end of the day, 24 hours are up and the moments of that day fade away in the constantly rapid river of time.
... After a prayer, Morgen Kriedemman began with some opening comments before ceding the floor to Doug Horchak for his opening comments and overview from ministerial services. We then watched a half hour video recorded by Church President Jim Franks giving an overview of our first four years as an association.
After a coffee break we had a recorded update on media by Clyde Kilough and an ...
... two former Nobel Peace Prize winners have lived. A short hop away we saw the Hector Pieterson Museum - a poor boy that was shot during protests on June 16, 1963 over the enforcement of specific classes in schools being taught in Afrikaans rather than English that disadvantaged the black population in exams as opposed to the white minority most of whom spoke Afrikaans - which is probably one of the world's uglier languages and involves a lot of spit flying around the ...