Protea Hotel Island Club
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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This morning we had a late start out of our hotel secondary to a brushfire that started at about 7:30 AM just across from hotel. Do you ladies was running around the hotel looking for the source of the smoke however I spotted outside the hotel that the brushes started to burn. Initially I thought we may have to evacuate and our car might be burned to ashes but that did not happen. We initially ...
... to and then waited... We began feeling a little unhopeful and were sat chilling eating a bag of nik naks when we heard the shouting from the skipper followed by shrieking from the Americans. A great white had picked up the scent of the chum (fish guts and water) and was circling the boat. The first load jumped in the cage and the morning fun began. In total we saw 6 great whites the biggest was about 5 metres and the smallest about three. We watched in awe as they jumped from ...
... building red 1847. The sun shone down right above the building and off in the distance the most sight of a mountain with the clouds literally rolling down over it. I'm yet to see table mountain and the cloud cover known as the "Table cloth" but this view gave me a fair idea of what to expect as the clouds literally hit the top of the mountain and gradually rolled down the sides slowly covering the mountain in a blanket of white. Down the road a bit further was the ...
... I went on to all sorts of blogs, looking to see what the maximum roof load for a Defender is, and the official answer is 150kgs! So it was very simple - we had to reduce the weight somehow. We decided to lose the second spare wheel. While not an ideal solution, all the other gear turned out to be more important. We will also fill the jerry can with fuel at the last possible moment in Botswana, thus reducing ...
... redness), windmarks and sunburn. Looking out for all these defects is difficult and it's easy to select class 1 apples from a table but it gets more complicated when sorting between class 2 and 3. For example, if an apple has one bruise it might be ok for class 2 but if it has more than 1 it must be class 3. You also have to look at things like severity and surface area of sunburn which is difficult when you have a split second ...