Road Lodge Durban
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... I stopped 5 minutes later they all applauded even louder ….. I’m still not sure if that was because of what I said, or because I stopped talking !!!
With the speeches all done and the cakes cut, they started to get down to some serious partying. The sound system DJ cranked it up to another level and some of the boys thought it was time to get into some serious partying, which was my que to say my goodbyes and find my way home to a nice quiet room ...
... Teeth brushed – check
Money – check
ID – check
Ok … now to the Cabaret Lounge to collect our passports and do a "face to face" with Immigration and then collect our stickers for our Princess Tour.
Wow … there was a long queue which snaked through half the length of the ship – and we got there at 7.40am ! Not to worry tho', the queue ...
... guys who had been hired to set this all up. He was being badly let down with no sign of any take off for this special day of celebration.
The days and weeks earlier had consumed lots of planning with rehearsals, advertising, marketing, backdrops, decorations, goody bags for 300 visitors and much more. Many hours of tireless work by the COPT volunteers had gone into this day and it was quickly sinking into a mire of incompetence by those we ...
... the character of all the group members and who had got on whose nerves. I reflected once more on how fortunate we had been in our group. We had all got on so very well despite being under each others feet for more than three weeks.
I had a two hour connection at Joburg and bought myself a cold beer. The South Africans v the All Blacks was showing on one large TV screen but more popular was the one showing Liverpool v ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Afterwards, drove back to Cape Town, 2.5 hours, for our last night here. We got into a hostel which was an old colonial building right in the centre of town. Had a big balcony from our room overlooking the bustle of Long Street .. Felt and looked to me a little like New Orleans here.
Really convenient too ...