Pfamoni Executive Accommodation
Travel Blogs from Midrand
Today was the day of anticipation of going back on the air after 22 years behind a mic. Preparation in the morning continued in finalizing plans for the show. At lunch we headed out for chocolate (Belgian Chocolate at Beyers Factory. After lunch it was air time. I had Adam with me to help me through and thankfully he was as the system for auto play ...
... my eyes closed as the distance between cars is minute and the fact that there are very few accidents is nothing short of a miracle. We spent the afternoon settling in and Ants and Pete were like two old ladies gabbling away ,setting a background rhythm in the distance for me to nod off as I took to my bed to have an afternoon siesta. After then returning to the airport to fetch our luggage which had arrived , we got Fadi to drop us in the old souk in Jounieh and thanks ...
... Victoria Falls from the window, truly breathtaking. We sat next to a study abroad student on his way to Cape Town where he would be working with entrepreneurs and their business plans. We STRONGLY recommended that he suggest a signage business… he could name it Sacagawea!
Tyler and I are slow learners and discovered by day 8, that tea was a better option than their instant coffee served in carafes. Now for the rest ...
... we understand why the rules are there!
Quickly we had to paddle away because never be between the mom and her calve.
Further on we saw some more even one was breaching behing us when we head back to shore.
The other day we went for White shark cage diving. Okay it is not at all the natural way to see them, but I think it is the only way and so we choosed to do it. Rough ocean and quit a lot of tourist but it was an impressing ...
Breakfast at the hotel was amazing. A loaded butler's tray table was brought alongside our table. It was laden with cereals, milk, fresh juices, yogurts, fresh fruit, breads and pastries, and a board with meats and cheeses. And, then, we were handed a menu to choose our hot meal. You've got to be kidding! There was more than enough right in front of us. The muesli was delicious (found out it ...
Other places to stay in Midrand
14th Street, Noordwyk Ext 20, Midrand | 4 star hotelfrom $72
Samrand, Sterling Street, Midrand | 3 star hotelfrom $71
31 Gallagher Avenue, Midrand | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Montrose Road, off Bekker Road, Midrand | Hotelfrom $63