Protea Hotel Edward Durban
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was interesting and certainly set the scene before we drove up onto the battlefields. Once ensconced up there, he sat us under umbrellas to ward off the heat while we heard more of the stories and saw the details of the site.
He taught us that a drift is a river crossing, and a donga is a dry eroded valley. These were important as 'cover’ in the battles as there was nothing but grassland here, no tree cover at all.
... with pine forests. I rolled video on my Ipad so much that my battery died virtually halfway through the trip. After Amsterdam we travelled another 45 minutes and came to a town called Piet Retief, another town with a population of 10,000 or so. It had a busy Main Street as we rolled through town. It could have been any town in North America.....KFC's, Nissan Car dealerships, Shell gas stations, garages....etc. After Piet Retief....we hit a bad ...
... However, this nice way of doing things was soon slightly ruined when we found out the facts: only 2/10 marriages work this way, the majority are arranged marriages. If a man’s family cannot afford the imbola, the men do not get married or they have to do it in secret with only the families involved knowing. Later when I was talking to her later with her boss far enough away, she opened up a lot and was asking me about how we pay the imbola; I described it as ...
... me realize that while I’ve had lots of time to myself I haven’t had a sanctuary, a place where I could go and do whatever I felt like without interruption from staying up late to sleeping with the curtains closed so the sun didn’t wake me up in the morning. This just made me realize how important it is for me to have a sanctuary, not just alone time, it’s about having the space and time to be myself. ...
... Once over the moat into this palace of pain and personal trainers, one is subjected to an entirely rebranded dimension. "How do you move?" the staff greet me. “Excuse me?” I politely reply, assuming that I have heard incorrectly. Apparently there is nothing wrong with my hearing, I am merely being subjected to the belief that indescribable wealth can buy one a new set of grammar rules. Now I will forgive the chatty signage 'Need a ...