Premier Hotel Pretoria
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sweet pickle and cheese and raw onion. Thanks to my mum for making these for me.
I now feel I am no longer resident in the UK and the one outstanding question I have - my financial advisor is working on it is "should I be liable to pay tax on any income I have in the UK? HMRC website states "you are not liable for any income tax on UK income if you are resident for less than 91 days in a tax year"! Given I only spent 15 days in the UK ...
... 19 years ago among a large throng. The views from the buildings were unchanged, but one can no longer climb to the top of the hill behind the buildings.
We managed to get to the apartment complex we lived in 1994 and found it to be quite unchanged in appearance though it went by a different name now. We attempted to re-trace the long walk from there to the city center trying to get to a couple of ...
... down into the caves where the earliest human remains were found.
Major Languages: IsiZulu 23.8%, IsiXhosa 17.6%, Afrikaans 13.3%, Sepedi 9.4%, English 8.2%, Setswana 8.2%, Sesotho 7.9%, Xitsonga 4.4%
Currency: South African Rand
Life expectancy: 42.37
Literacy rate: 86%
New foods I tried: Ostrich egg ...
... which occurs on the hour every hour. It was a bit comical though because of the routine and the moves they have to do but I guess tradition is tradition hey. My bank account during this time had still not been opened so I was still borrowing cash from my captain, which I really did not like doing! The two visits I made to Athens were enough to make me want to go back there again one day and see even more.
That was pretty much the only sightseeing I did while I was ...
... the zebra and eland was probably my favorite game meat next to the tasty tasty lamb! They also had a drink that I’m brining back to Canada called, Dawa. I never thought I’d drink vodka again til I tasted this drink. It consists of vodka, ice, lemon, sugar and honey and damn is it ever tasty! Ask me about them when I get back and one night I will mix you one. Needless to say we stuffed ourselves but it was a perfect end to a great trip!