Protea Hotel Wanderers
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... good selection at the fare. We took a card from the handbag stall and was told that they had a shop in Vaalpark.
Later in the week, we set off for Vaalpark which we were told was about a 40 minute drive. People seemed rather surprised that we should want to go there, but I assured them that there was a lovely handbag shop there and we would find it. The GPS got us there, despite signs just outside the town announcing that it was a ‘Hijack ...
... I am so amazed at the staffing here, 99% are black it appears. The security around private dwellings has to be seen to be believed Out for dinner tonight with Ria's in laws at the Del Forno restaurant, a very enjoyable meal and pleasant company, bit of a late evening, home about ...
... 219, 237, 254);">3.5 km later, we reach the end of the trip, having walked up, along the top of, and then down the other side of a mountain, in full sun, quite unprepared for the trek we had undertaken. But it was great fun, with a spectacular view of the entire area. Being out in the bush also created a real 'African' feel which was great.
... place called Ocean Basket and it was a very nice restaurant with a great menu. The restaurant was known for their seafood but also had some sushi. The price of the food was extremely cheap when converting it to the US dollars. I ordered a platter for one which included mussels, oysters, calamari, prawns, a catch of the day fish and chips. By the way, I found out that they called their ...
... who in appearance is, or who is generally accepted as, a white person, but does not include a person who, although in appearance obviously a white person, is generally accepted as a colored person. A native is a person who is in fact or is generally accepted as a member of any aboriginal race or tribe of Africa. A colored person is a person who is not a white person nor a native.”
From the Population Registration Act, 1950.
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