Premier Hotel Pretoria
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Gaby seemed to be a real feisty lass. She followed the researchers car as they tried to drive off. She put her head in the open window of Lozanne's, the volunteer manager, car. She knocked Kevin to the ground with one of her energetic jumps. And at some point I started to wonder what I had gotten myself into. There was no apparent danger. Kevin explained that she was just a curious cat with a lot of energy, and that she meant no harm. But when you sit on the back of an ...
... consumer demand (which is more sustainable!)
60% of arid able land in SA is untapped potential.
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... airport, we navigated the last 50miles by aiming for the biggest clouds. Our final approach was judged by where the lightning was hitting ground. On arrival, the heavens opened for a particularly spectacular thunder-storm, which raged into the wee small hours, and as usual, took out the power. We're definitely back in the Swazi ...
... Hora and Tabor. I might go again; I enjoy catching an early train out of Prague, visiting a nearby town and returning the same night. Daytrips are fun! Don't need to pack or carry a heavy bag!
So far my itinerary is as follow: 6,5 days in Prague (will do Prague and maybe outlying towns such as Krumlov or Tabor), 6,5 days Budapest, 4 ...
... an Embassy van to a little township outside of the city called, Atteridgeville.
This is where they threw us to the sharks.
After a mere 12 hours of being in Pretoria, they brought us to a Secondary school where they talked to us briefly, broke us down into groups of three, assigned us to a classroom and had us take it away.
Completely at a loss for what to do or say with this classroom full of tenth grade students, I counted my lucky stars ...