Protea Hotel Parktonian
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
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... towards Kiki's offices via a 'weigh your own' frozen yogurt and 'Sally Williams' Easter egg from the mall. Hop on the 20p bus to her offices, I was then able to freshen up in the showers before we headed out to a bars and restaurant street out for a night of Mojitos and food with Kiki and a couple of her friends. Fab day out and about in Jo'Burg I would be interested to come back here again and learn more in the ...
I'm laying in the dorm bed of the hostel "Fatima’s Place" in Maputo, Mozambique. Before restlessly opening my Macbook I unfolded the blue mosquito net hanging from the ceiling, suspended above the center of my top-bunk, and meticulously draped and folded it around my mattress. I also took one of my many prescribed anti-malarial pills with a beer after dinner, even though I’ve forgotten to do so ...
... was noticing the inequality between the poor and rich class. Observations of business/for career include asking about the demographics of the students at the diamond school. Due to prestige of the program and demand of the manufacturing industry women are enrolling. Also students and professors travel from around the world to teach and learn at the school.
... boarding pass to fly from Johannesburg to Kigali. Security screening was interesting as the security guys asked me what I called the plastic hessian bag that was given to me in Perth. Apparently a lot of Africans fill these bags to exploding point with food and clothes all thrown in. I will have to try and get a photo of these overloaded bags, apparently it is quite hilarious as the guards could not stop ...
It's a challenge writing for such a diverse conglomerate of people as are my friends and family. But you guys are definitely worth it, so after much delay it's time I update again!
They say that in order to truly get a feel for a place, you have to live there for a year. I now thoroughly endorse that saying. When I first got to South Africa, I was enchanted by all the novelties and differences. Then I spent several months angry and missing ...