Protea Hotel Midrand
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... it was. The Hyena had emptied its bowels and it just looked like grey sludge but was the worst smell … I guess you can't expect anything more if they are the natural scavengers !
While traversing the park along the river, the older woman asked Jabulani to stop the car .. she had elected to sit at the top seat and was now finding that seat a "little jumpy … so we stopped while she moved to another seat – right behind me !!
... telling as our team won with a perfect score of 20 from 20 !!!
The following day, we returned to the hall for our Sunday Memorial Meeting and the following Bible Study Class where I gave both talks. On this occasion I spoke mainly on John 12 (the daily reading) for the Memorial Service and on the events and time period between the Old and the New Testaments’ for the Bible Class. They seemed to enjoy them, although it was really hard to tell ...
As we get more comfortable in our surroundings of South Africa, it's starting to feel more like home. Although the 'Africa Time' mentality has not been easy - things go at their pace. Today was another on-air say cohosting and then finding out I'll be on-air myself come Monday. That itself is surreal. Enjoyed a late evening thunderstorm, all pretty ...
... Ioan is not so interested. We walk around the park for 3 hours in the heat before catching a couple of buses back and grabbing a well-deserved ice-cream. The following days, we visit the sugar loaf, a mountain 450m high in the bay that is reached by cable-car. The views of Rio are fantastic up here but the kids are not interested and annoy each other. Fortunately there’s a little trail on the side and we see some small monkeys which are mostly shy. We also visit the zoo which ...
... previous bags has been superseded by the current version. We got ours about five weeks before our departure. They are gold on the outside with an OAT logo, black on the inside, with a three-quarter zipper on the top for access; have several handles, wheels on one end, and a partially rigid back but no frame. They come with a shoulder strap (with lousy clips on the ends ...), but I never saw anyone use it. The fabric seems to be rip-stop nylon. No one would ...