Protea Hotel Marine
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... Meeting and a lunch at the hall.
A quick pack up and luggage into the car was followed by a light breakfast on the balcony. It was another beautiful day in paradise with clear blue skies as far as the eye could see. Breakfast of toast and a banana was accompanied with some quiet thoughts and meditation time on my two talks this morning. I had chosen for the Bible Class to speak on John 1 and for the exhortation, the first miracle of Jesus from John 2, with ...
We swapped this morning and gave the boys a lie in. I peeled myself from my toasty warm bed and shuffled up to the reception, leaving Craig all snuggled up in bed. It was freezing cold and I couldn't get warm. I curled up at the computer trying to warm up. Spider cat came to be my hot water bottle for a little while and I made myself some toast. People paid and checked out and went off on their ...
... br> Through the course of the week more and more of Réunion's attractions were to be discovered, most notably the "lava roads" in the southeast corner of the island. This stretch of mountainous road is where frequent lava flows have descended the flanks of the active volcano, Piton de la Fournaise , smothering the land in thick layers of viscous, ropey lava. All across the rough, barren terrain plumes of steam rise up from below as the underlying heat boils off the ...
... the indigenous Flightless Dung Beetle, but NO elephant. Are we sure we are in the Addo ELEPHANT National Park? We stopped at a rather nice picnic area for a wee and a spot of lunch - water and liquorish allsorts. We had forgotten to bring any food with us! Finally, at 1.25pm, we spotted our 1st elephant! In fact it was a family of elephants, including babies, that seemed agitated by the vehicles that had stopped. We hung back and stayed still as the other vehicles moved away and ...
... my host dad Bob, and another friend Sam Douglas (Dougie) back in September to run my first 5K ever. It wasn't as painful as I thought and I actually enjoyed the social aspect of running. So, needless to say, I gave in and put my email down. Now I get the club emails every week; reminders of the runs (Tuesday and Thursdays), the time trials (Wednesdays) and other big races coming up.
It's been a very good experience for me. I've now completed ...