Premier Hotel Pretoria
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... us volunteers eat and sleep it is only a short stroll to the Almighty Fridge. That walk in cold storage will forever hold a place in my memory, and unfortunately probably also in my nose. We had breakfast at the usual time around 7.30am and then made our way to the fridge. Halfway there my brain got a whiff of what awaited and desperately tried to switch into robot mode. The smell was just beyond anything I ever experienced, or could ever imagine. Overnight the chopped up ...
... with the wind on its position of Africa. There is no real African equivalent, best is Business Day which mirrors Financial times.
South Africa GDP is 40% of Sub-Saharan-African GDP, about to change with lower growth in SA and high growth in countries like Botswana, *****ia, Ethiopia, etc...
Finally growth in Inter-African trade, partly by commodities ...
... to Wimpy to eat bacon (English style) and lots of it! It was so amazing to have meat for the first time in over a week. I am definitely a meat eater! I then wandered around the mall for 2 hours (which my foot wasn't happy about) and bought a few things I needed...and some chocolate! By lunch time I was back at the Sanctuary and I just was lazy all afternoon. On Wednesday we were so short staffed that I was doing two or three jobs at once. ...
2 weeks to go, and still to do
- canon 5D service
- opera tickets
- directions to accommodation
- transport options
- scan passport, flight ticket, insurance, accommodation
Adding a few photos of some small towns I visited when in the Czech Republic during December 2009. The towns were Cesky ...
... United States, and I have felt very honored these past two weeks to have been included in such a prestigious bunch. As we sat to eat breakfast the next morning, the conversation continually churned from one topic to the next, each of us discussing the places we had traveled in the past, the difficulty of packing in two suitcases what you will want for ten months, the work that we hoped to accomplish, the times that our loved ones were planning to visit and the places ...