Protea Hotel Umhlanga
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... as the rooms are very nice and will be a treat for the kids but still at a reasonable price.
It was only about 6.30pm so I thought I would go out for dinner to have a little look around. I looked up a few restaurants and found one about a 15 min walk away that looked amazing. It was called Aubergine ...
... advertising' firm, which I thought was a little outdated). We were able to explore their business through the use of a case study - one of their main brands, Carling Black Label beer. Most interesting to me, and unfortunately we ran out of time, was that the MD was one year younger than I was, and he seemed to thoroughly enjoy what he did. I got a chance to ask him where he got his roots, and of course he ...
... oblivious to the dangers lurking at every turn. Back then Lonely Planet guides were not even a glint in the publisher's eye. ATMs, mobile phones or emails hadn't even been thought of. Budget travel was an alien concept and tackling The Dark Continent with no more than a backpack and an empty wallet was looked on as sheer madness. Two years later with a fund of experiences but very little hard cash I followed the "Hippie Trail" and made my way overland from England through ...
... now very worn traveller clothes. September 24th - A lazy day punctuated by a trip to the laundry to wash our now quite disgusting clothes. A few pints of Jack Black lager and a movie in the evening completed our quiet day. September 25th - No visit to South Africa is complete without a trip to the famous vineyards. We signed up for a tour through out youth hostel and had a great time. We visited four different vineyards sampling around 25 different wines as well as cheese ...
... We began to examine her for bed sores on her back side. We did not find bed sores, but we did find legs! She had complete atrophy in both of her legs. They were very small and she just kept them tucked under her belly fat. We also found out that there were 8 people living in her little home, none of which were working.
The next patient to check on was Absolom. He was 76 years old. He was pretty self sufficient. He walks with a walker. He complained of ...