Protea Hotel Samrand
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After a long flight getting into Jo’burg at 10pmish, our hearts sank when we were called by
announcement at OR Tambo airport. Out of the 5 bags we checked only Zoe’s bag made it. Luckily the girls are similar in size so could share what they had. Oli had to sleep in Zoe’s t-shirt and I was lucky enough to borrow clothes from Carol. ...
... for him. Joanne (Jo) my cousin and Ant, my uncle, arrive mid morning. What a joy it is to see them. There are tears, hugs and much reminiscing. Both of them look really well. We are all buoyed by happiness. We jump in the car and head to the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens. Wow!!! Such a truly beautiful place. Everything is clean, the gardens are meticulously maintained. Finally after 30 years.... I see my first weaver bird nests... ...
... school. My story had quite an impact on the marines, who sat in stunned silence. The United States and it's Marine Corps are quite amazing, but they don't have Yusof nor an arsenal of ghost stories. The night was a very odd moment for K and I. K was a military brat growing up and seemed destined to be headed to the Air Force academy after high school. But somehow somewhere she decided the military life wasn't for her. It's an interesting choice since military brats generally never ...
... Apparently the patient thought he was late for our flight and therefore he ran all the way from immigration. I can tell you that is a good 1 kilometre in that airport. He made the flight but gave himself a heart attack in the process. They carried him off the flight and amazingly we are now required to have a complete crew change over including pilot. Because we haven't burned enough fuel we did an 'overweight landing'. This means the aircraft must receive an ...
... end up in a landfill and creates
beautifully exquisite products that are first rate in quality, looks and value. I’m
convinced the man can make something out of anything, he’s a genius. He came to
The Branson Centre for help with distribution to markets and I’m happy to
report is making some great inroads, including being hired by a safari lodge to
make all of their placemats. Aaron is a community leader and is generous with
both his time and ...