Protea Hotel Samrand
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that happens, she’s scared … weird but true. This is what she wanted last night - to get a little closer to the nine lions across the river but all the while she and her daughter were worried about the lions crossing the river and “getting them” !!
Apparently she wanted a better photo. I knew she was using her mobile phone so I asked couldn’t she use her camera rather than her mobile … apparently not !! Both she ...
... asleep after the first five minutes of me talking each time !!!
This was just a quick, short two day stay in Soweto. It was sad to leave, but God Willing I will return again later in the year and this time stay for a week or more. But to see everybody again after nearly two years was fantastic and the renewal of friendships was priceless.
A great “Spurs Restaurant” Steak lunch with Paul and Leonie after the Sunday meetings was ...
... one above 30. We strart 15 min late as the masses of people arrive at 09:05 , including 7 people from the local press. Total numbers for the breakfast is at 46 and i am a bottle Johnny Black richer. The conference breakfast and attendance is a huge success and event the following sessions and next day training surpass our wildest expectations. A trip well planned and ...
... Corcovado is small and crowded at the top. Hundreds of people are taking photos of the majestic views of Rio or laying down to get a good shot of the christ. I almost stepped on someone’s head in the process. In between the visits and homework, we go to the beach. Lewys and I play football or the kids play in the waves. My cousin, Jérome, lives in Rio with his son Gabriel. His mum, my aunt, is also here on holiday. We’ve only seen each other a couple of ...
... splitting, handles coming off, etc. I fault the trip leader, excellent in all other respects, for not making an effort to get her bag replaced, since it was the very beginning of the trip, and another piece of luggage might not have succumbed in the same way to the punishment SAA meted out to this mandated OAT item. I suppose OAT would claim it wasn't an intrinsic flaw in the bag but the handling of it that caused the problem, so it was SAA's fault. Maybe so, but ...