- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Africa. Having passed the Ebola testing we were permitted through. We were starving so the pursuit of food was first and foremost. We located the food court in the airport, there was nothing familiar to chose from. Ava and I found a BBQ chicken place and were very satisfied, KC and Jack settled on a Wimpy burger that looked and tasted grim.
With the support and guidance of a cab driver, info station person and police office, ...
... because nothing really was labeled properly and I had no idea what species it was. The other two species I looked at were a Chacma baboon (P. ursinus) skull and a modern human skull (H. Sapiens.)
I posited that the palatal vault height of the baboon showed that it should be taking larger bites because the ratio of the vaults angle towards the soft-palate was more uniformly cavernous with a high vault ...
... planned and filed departure time was not as important as the leopard that had been spotted earlier, and thus had to divert from the direct route to the airport in order to attempt a close-up encounter with this ellusive cat. And he delivered! The leopard was calm this morning, letting us get within 20 metres of her, as she sat watching us before finally snubbing her nose at the paparazzi and slipping away ...
... bringing relief at the precise moment that it feels like the city might burst from heat. This is apparently in contrast to the seemingly more refined winter rains in Cape Town- there seems to be some kind of inter-town rivalry here. It was so different to my expectations of burnt dust and shanty towns. Most of the houses I saw in my limited view would be equally at home in Lane Cove. Later, driving to my hotel, I was struck by just how easily ...
... actually cared, that you were keen to understand what had happened and you showed compassion about what we experienced and you were affected by it. That man had no bad intentions towards you Sharon; he just wanted to show his appreciation for your coming and your caring. He just wanted to shake your hand.”
I felt ashamed. I wanted to go back, but by the time I had fully discussed the issue with Douglas, we were well on our way. I ...