Protea Hotel Capital
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsProtea Hotel Capital Pretoria
I would reccomend this to anyone if they want an expierience to remember.
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... no escape. It was everywhere. And as the sun rose and the day slowly got warmer so increased the smell. When we arrived to the burning pit my mind gave in and I felt sick to the bone. My boots, my gloves, my clothes, my skin were covered in the stinking goop and all I could keep telling myself was that this was all for the lions. The kitties couldn't be fed meat that had gone off! After dumping our cargo I spent the rest of the day cutting fresh meat from leg of a cow into ...
... is getting picked up at 8:30, but another doesn't leave the hotel until 10:00. The hotel desk has unreliable information, and when she appears the OAT rep tends to blame the hotel staff for having inaccurate information, when it is clearly her responsibility to make this process go smoothly. Fortunately, OAT travelers tend to recognize one another, pool their information, and sort themselves out. The OAT rep does appear in sufficient time, and we didn't hear ...
... African (why is he making a course in SA from a US university?) and humble me. Nice mix nay? As that’s not enough, we get pulled together for the class with students and young professionals from Pretoria and around. Here we have all professions, from the Reserve Bank over mining to Union, from Accounting to honour degrees.
All of us meet daily at 9am at the University of Pretoria in the Economics Department. It’s housed in ...
... the time has passed and that has not happened) and that we would change doctrine. Didn't happen either. We ask for THINKING and discerning people to see that they were deceived and that they are welcome back with open arms.
We are still operating LifeNets support projects as much as we ever have been in Zambia. We just want to do it with reputable trustees.
Long day today. I have a few easier days coming up in Johannesburg.
I am leaving tomorrow evening and in true uber-procrastinator-style I still have lots to do:
- buy cat food and ant repellent
- pack (started 3 days ago but it is actually just one big heap of fleeces, jackets, jeans and boots on top of a shocked suitcase)
- fix my skiing goggles...the spongey bits have come undone
- pay bills
Although not the most organised of people, ...