Protea Hotel Sea Point
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We went skydiving and we ate shrimp calamari and lamb. when we went skydiving it was a blast but Isaiah was a little scared but he thought it was fun so did Ruby and Eli
... the Canopy of Trees, but when I saw all those steps and there were no rails, I decided to wait for David on this bench that was under a very shady tree. He told me that I hadn't missed much by not going to the canopy of trees.
We decided to leave and catch the bus going to the wine country. I told David, I didn't know one good wine from another, so we didn't do any wine tasting.
... 1980s!).....gloriously ramshackle but there was a restaurant & bar so we were content. Lots of NP staff but only a handful of visitors. The whole place has the feel of slow decline back to the days of subsistence village life. Our rental car went well; no mishaps. The roads surprisingly good (until the NP). No traffic but plenty of stock,goats, donkeys to watch out for! Tomorrow we meet the gang for the next ...
... horrendous - a huge geometric housing estate of grim little box houses surrounded by an arid wasteland that was like a massive rubbish dump. Why do people still have to live in such awful places? When we got back onto the surfaced road we rushed back to the main gate to the rest camp as fast as we could. We went back into the wildlife viewing area because people had been telling us they'd seen two lions at Domkrag Dam, not far from the gate. There's a good view down onto a waterhole ...
... blood testing in particular troponin- I, d dimer and INR testing. On board medical officers need to have recent anaesthetic, A+E experience, and to be competent in ALS, ATLS and paediatric life support. Most of the work is primary care but occasionally very serious acute illness occurs reflecting the very aged and at risk population on board.
Nick would require a serious amount of retraining if he were to apply for a post here!