Quarry Lake Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was it carrying money – he said it could have been from shops or an ATM … anything really. I didn’t see an armoured van as we know them in Australia, so who knows how they could discern it was a 'money car”.
Phew … once we through the main shopping area where all the shops had bars on their windows and doors, street sellers and crowds of people, littered pavements etc, East London seemed a lot calmer.
... vigilant and careful. As we were chatting the craziest electrical storm broke out. It lasted for hours and there was constant thunder and lightning and torrential rain. Not wanting to embark on the 5 minute downhill walk to our room we decided instead to head the bar to play some more pool and watch the Incredible storm. Once we decided it was bed time we wandered to our little bungalow to find that some *******s had moved in and locked the door from ...
I confess I knew relatively
little of the sardine run before I headed to witness it, the major attraction,
I suppose are the great 'bait balls' of juvenile sardine. These balls which are
an attraction for a great many creature of the ocean. Sharks, whales, dolphins
and gannets the most prominent. You may notice this ...
... which party, and he said ANC. I tried to reason with him that the reason he is waiting so long is due to the ANC, however he was having none of it. People vote for what the ANC did for them, not what they do now, which is sad. Either way I've out him to the bottom of the list, so that's one less vote for the ANC!! They won't need it, especially in the Eastern Cape. They do some things well (although nothing comes to mind), but most things badly. It's ...
... kitchen! I think they were just as happy to see the pizza! So, we had more champagne, pizza, a few wee cups of tea, and chatted in to the night. It all worked out perfectly. Right, that’s your lot for now (phew, I can hear everyone say). There were more things of note, but those were generally the highlights of this particular aspect, and I may get round to talking about the rest of the trip. We’re back in SA now. We were both a little depressed this morning (I had ...