Protea Hotel Samrand
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Protea Hotel Samrand Midrand
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... up and then it said there was no ink cartridge. I opened the bottom drawer and there wasn’t any paper either !
Wait here I said to Doug … so off I marched to reception where the same girl who had attended to all of my enquiries thus far, took one look at me with hard cold eyes … I said “this is turning into a nightmare”. Her response was :
“What now Mrs Doug !!”
The electricity was back on so we were straight on the internet and phone to try and sort out a car and going to Kruger and Swaziland. By this time the EB had gotten out of bed and magically decorated the garden with tons of chocolate eggs without being seen, a real agile bunny. The three kids did an Easter egg hunt which they were all so chuffed with. In South Africa they don't have the ridiculously giant Easter eggs in boxes that we have at home ...
... 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 ...
... when you leave a country and enter the next beyond those towns that the passports need to be stamped. So we go back to Santa Rosa to get our exit stamps from Peru. It’s a worthwhile trip as we see some beautiful red and blue parrots. Back at the hotel, the kids play in the pool, Anna supervises and I chase the next plane ticket. There’s no way we’re taking a 35 hour speedboat again to reach Manaus and a slow boat is not a viable option. Anyway I'm fed-up ...
... and then to Braai at imbizo – the busy corner .
Ride through Alexandra is not the typical activity. Alexandra is one of the biggest townships, constructed by early apartheid regimes where people still live in very poor conditions. Little space, minimal hygiene, sparse food, etc… characterise the life there. I still don’t really know how I should think about it but you are ...