Protea Hotel Midrand
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it !! I told him that we always have single shots. I should have refused to pay but I was tired … so far this hotel has been a disappointing end to our holiday.
"What now Mrs Doug" !!
I’ll tell you what now !!
We left the bar area and went to the first floor to print out our boarding passes - yay – got into the site sent it to print and then there was a message – paper blockage. I ...
... making of the Easter Bunny.
”Why hasn't the Easter Bunny come? I've been so good!”
”I'm sure he's just running late, or he's still busy, or he slept in, i'm sure he'll be along.”
This then led into a debate about how the EB would even get in. Pete went off on a chimney rant before I reminded him that that was Father Christmas and our window was open so Alex was not to worry he just had to be patient. Geez, smart kids ...
... more than 40 confirmed and the final count attending was 12. This being the first such event i ever arranged are now almost in a total flat spin, but i hold my own and put out a bet that we will beat the attendance of the previous conference. Rick raises the stakes and as us to nominate numbers with the closest person, winning a bottle Johnny Black. My number is ...
... walk up the street from the port and find both, in that order. Relief! The kids have been great all day, really proud of them. We eat at the restaurant next door and the food is good and plentify. The next morning, we wait for our stuff to dry and get ourselves organised. Priority is to get our passports in order. That’s the “tricky” bit. Santa Rosa (Peru), Leticia (Colombia) and Tabatinga (Brazil) are all neighbours and there’s no border between them. ...
As I already said a few times (I hope I did..), it is great to be here in South Africa not only as tourist. The contact with locals gives and excursions give us the possibility to really experience land and people and what the “typical” South African (if there is anything typical in the land of contrasts – another story) does on a Sunday afternoon. Katleho took us first to a ride ...