Premier Hotel Regent
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... take a number of people but not just us.
What if we all want to go to different places? Hmmm.
Then a man came up to the security guard and said it had been 30 mins since the guard called a taxi for him and he wanted to know where it was …. Hmmm.
I conferred with our table mates and we decided we would go back to the ship and take a shuttle. I spoke to Judy and Phil ...
... Elliot got bitten. But other than that, amazingly no other injuries were suffered. The saddest case of the day - a dog (that we did grab, dip and deworm) had a broken leg and hobbled away dragging its leg. It was bound to happen. There's always a worst case, and not much we could do in this circumstance unfortunately. We spent lunch discussing the "sayings" of both the Australian and South African language. The ...
... finally, with great import, they could plant the young vegetables and seedlings.
On a table, under the gorgeous jacaranda tree, a pile of apples was laid out on a pretty white cloth, again in the shape of the ribbon, as were the little beaded pins, made by the children next door.
A girl looked longingly at mine and softly asked could she please have it.
Just think about that.
It was the one instant that brought tears to my eyes.
Next on ...
... paper boxes that we put a sweetie in each and repeated "look in here". After we finished we headed to the Grade R class to begin their lesson. (I assured Tracey this was not the normal type of day I would expect her to undertake by herself but it gave her 3 different options of what she felt she wanted or could do when here by herself.). The Grade R class as always was a lot of fun with a lot of excite to as we learnt about shapes and ultimately made a house ...
... I grabbed the ring and told Alice I was going for a dip in our private plunge pool. She said I was an ‘eejit’ for swimming in the rain. I invited her outside to look, and then ‘found’ a shiny thing at the bottom of the pool (the ring for those not up to speed) and proposed from the pool. She said yes (thankfully!!), and gave me a hug before telling me to do it again, and properly this time! We cracked the bubbly, and had a fantastic evening at the lodge. ...