Protea Hotel Tyger Valley
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... did not. Dreading one of those lost baggage horror stories I surrendered myself to the baggage enquiries counter where I met a wonderfully helpful guy named Moegsien. He confirmed that my bag was on the next flight out of Jo'Burg and would be delivered the following day, then helped me organise another transfer as mine had given up on me and gone home. As I settled in to my hotel room I had a call from reception- Moegsien had dropped my bag off ...
... br> that the germs had spread.
A more interactive activity was one
involving litter. Trash is a gargantuan problem in this area. There is
no respect for the land or the environment. If an item is not wanted
then it can be thrown on the ground without fear of penalty. Trash could
be seen everywhere on the school grounds, so we decided to make a game
out of picking up it. The first time we ...
... not included in the total. They bring bread and treats plates, an extra un-ordered appetizer, and special pallet cleansers between each ordered course.
Each course has about 4 choices. I won't bore you with it all (you can read it on the menu photo), but for example the delicious scallop appetizer is described as "Grilled scallop, asparagus, tofu miso suke, braised ...
... The geography is stunning as we make our way to the Cape. We drive through ocean side towns that were the winter harbour for the old fleets. We stop at a monument to Vasco de Gamma and hear a horrifying tale of how our guide was attacked by baboons while trying to recover a tourist's purse that they had stolen. We see baboons on the road and one jumps on our roof! After the story, we are very wary.
We pass through the entrance gates at ...
... a rainbow from above before the clouds started moving in. Within minutes the mountain was covered in clouds so we took shelter in the cafe that was on top of the mountain. We got lunch, made a dash for the gift shop where we bought my bracelet and then back to the gondola to go back down since we could not see anything through the clouds. Unsurprisingly there was no one coming up the mountain because of the clouds. We got back to the bus ...