Premier Hotel EL ICC
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Babysitting service
- Conference facilities
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... as they were building the large dome for the funeral on Sunday, got some great photos. Made it to East London with no issues and through the worst part of the Garden Route, the funniest part is not only is Jamie driving like a taxi driver, they all think he is one and even now toot the horn and wave and he is joining in on the ...
... kitchen! I think they were just as happy to see the pizza! So, we had more champagne, pizza, a few wee cups of tea, and chatted in to the night. It all worked out perfectly. Right, that’s your lot for now (phew, I can hear everyone say). There were more things of note, but those were generally the highlights of this particular aspect, and I may get round to talking about the rest of the trip. We’re back in SA now. We were both a little depressed this morning (I had ...
I spent the day in East London because of the timing of the shuttle from Hogsback and the bus to Port Elizabeth. Unless there is good surf (which there wasn't), there really is not much to do in East London.
The backpackers where I dropped my stuff off at was right on the beach and had amazing views from the deck. I walked along the beach front to the jetti and stopped at the East London Aquarium. The aquarium actually ...
Hi everyone! Sorry for the delay in this latest blog. We moved house 2 weeks ago and the internet connection was tricky to sort out. We loved our old house, it was easy to live in and very modern, but felt we could be living anywhere in the world. So instead, we have moved to a 3 bed 3 bath wooden house in an Eco estate by the river. It is so different, so peaceful and we really won't ever be able to live in a house like this again. It was so strange to move- after arriving ...
Hi there! As I start writing this I am enjoying some late evening sunshine after a hectic day at work. Due to too much leave being granted to a number of people in the orthopaedic department, we're down a good few doctors. This has resulted in my consultant being away for the next four weeks and the senior medical officer away for the next two weeks. Who does that leave in charge? Me. This is ok with 75% of the stuff we see, but at clinic today we were short of 3 doctors, with each ...