Kopanong Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... scotch at duty free, and got cash. We had a bit of an adventure getting to our bed and breakfast, mostly because they drive on the other side of the road. We arrived safely at the Sleepy Easy Inn. It is a beautiful place with five or six rooms, a swimming pool, lovely flowers, and landscaped with a bunch of klitch from a variety of countries. The couple is from England and moved there in 1974.
... every estate that we passed, and private security guards teeming along all of the tree-lined streets. Yet, as Yasmine pointed out, this is a city that is home to nearly 4 million residents, and one that is the economic powerhouse of South Africa, producing nearly 1/3 of the country's GDP, in a country that is already the economic powerhouse of Africa. With that, you have to understand that people aren't fearing for their lives on a daily basis, and common ...
Today was a good day! We had breakfast here which was delicious as usual. Then my group got to do random service projects around the campus. I helped pick up trash and debris from a field that another person was working on clearing the brush for a kids area. It was a lot of hard work, which was a nice change of pace. After that we had some downtime before lunch. Then we had a delicious lunch of fried chicken, pumpkin, pudding, jello, and salad. The kids started showing ...
... me and will laugh at me when I do silly things (it gets boring laughing at myself all the time! hahaha), someone who I could share the amazing sights and experiences with.
In any case, I’m enroute to see and experience Uganda… a country which I never had previously included in my ‘dream list of destinations’ but now that I’m headed there, am ...
Goeie More from Johannesburg. We have finished off the Garden Route and we are now in J'Burg. Unfortunately we couldn't meet with Harry the elephant in Kynsna. Harry was unavailable to visitors and I couldn't help but wonder if it had something to do with the attack. Nonetheless, we had a great time at the park with a number of other elephants. Given that I knew Harry's footprint well I kept an eye out but with no luck. Knysna was amazing. We also ...