Garden Court South Beach
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
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... named for one of the taller mountains in the area. We hiked about 2 miles and 6000 ft up in elevation until we reached the caves with the paintings in them. Back in the day, there were people known as the "Bushmen" who were nomadic hunters and gathers who lived in this area. They believed they could visit the spirit world to heal diseases and summon rain. Reaching the spirit world was achieved by dancing and fasting for 5 ...
... in Birmingham, now through passport control where some people were so rude for no apparent reason. I filled out some little card with personal info and greeted the attendant with the biggest smile so she had no reason to be rude to me. She acted very intimidating asking me security questions but relaxed a little once I told her it was my first time flying ...
... by a casual walk along the beach is always a very pleasant way to start a new week.
After another week where my projects with Barry Van heerden were severely disrupted due to the serious illness to Barry’s little grand-daughter, yesterday (Tuesday) was a fresh start. With Barry’s grand-daughter now on a steady path of improvement, we were able to refocus on the week ahead. Barry and I are still in trial and development mode for ...
... meal! Barry interrogated us and asked us to describe ourselves in 10 words!! We had a great night and finally got into bed at 11.30pm!!
James was up early and off to do maintenance work with Glen meanwhile I could of had a sleep in but due to jetlag still lingering I was up at 7am and in the hall for some wifi. Naomi and I went across to Spar to buy bread, jam, peanut butter and apples and made our way to Clermont Good ...
is a belief in the Zulu culture that corners can keep the evil
spirits and so it is important to have round houses instead. From
the ceiling hung several wooden crosses, and also on the makeshift
altar which was covered with a red and purple cloth stitched with
small crosses. Besides the altar hung several outfits in various
bright colors which is worn by the Sangoma during healing sessions.
A raw hide from a leopard skin hung next to what looked like ...