Casablanca Winery Inn
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We were getting up by 0130 but I was awake before 0100, heading for an early shower. Last minute this and that and down to turn in the key. Amazingly to Dave and I, staff appeared to have taken a quick trip up to the room thereafter.
On the consternation level, our 0200 taxi was not there. Nice screw up, Ak Altyn Oteli. It took 25M for a cab to come. At least there was a saving: the hotel cab was going to cost $20 whereas Dave and I paid just 15 ...
... local custom, but I guess it’s in the interests of safety, a subject close to every north American’s heart, is that at most filling stations here you are not allowed to put gasoline into say a plastic bottle.It can only be pumped into an “approved container”. We use it for lighting the wood in our braai fire as some of the local timber needs a bit of encouragement to burn. A cup or two of good old petrol starts it with a satisfying whoosh!
... opportunity I am explaining to her that back home we are very used to returning bottles for recycling... I end the odd encounter and tell her I will just through it away then. She simply looks at me, still puzzled, and I just walk away, down the endless aisle of cereal and pop-tarts. Way to go!
The remaining afternoon I am once again sitting in the sun and flipping through some tourist magazines, looking for all the places I want to visit soon. As it gets ...
... my eyes don't allow a view of even remotely this far...)
In the evening I am accompanied and entertained by the beauty of the setting sun, turning the sky into a bright pinkish tone and surprisingly I find my way home without getting lost... The walk home from my friend's place takes me through various living areas with typically arranged lines of houses, each one with a garage and almost every other one with a baseball net accredited as well.
... village. Everybody knows each other as if they have been friends from the very start. Around every corner there is someone you can talk to about your problems or when you just want a nice chat. Bexley is a very loud village. It is full of adults running around trying to get all their chores complete, salesmen encouraging others to buy their products, and lastly, the laughs of infants and young children. The houses in Bexley are very old fashioned; very petite, ...