Safari Court Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... techniques to communicate your ideas;
5=Far Out, Culture and language hold few similarities to your own. Makes even simplest tasks more challenging and time consuming.
1=Roughing It, all rough camping in the bush or desert with limited or no facilities, no access to amenities other than what is provided on the support vehicles;
2=All Camping, a mix of organised campsites and rough camps with ...
... day after our climb to Mt Kinabalu. We landed in Pretoria and it was amazing to see Rene, Mario and their daughter Mignon again. Their house was stunning and we spent a relaxed and indulgent two weeks with them.
YOU HAVE TO LOVE THE AFRIKANERS - Within two hours of arriving we were down at the local wine store stocking up. Rene and Mario are equally as passionate about their red wine as we are! The huge wine store also had numerous tastings on offer in each ...
... est-ce-pas?Demain matin nous nous envolons vers Maun au Botswanà et le vol est à 8:15. Il faut donc être à l'aéroport à 6 heures.Voici une question: La première colonisation de type européen de la Namibie étaitA) Allemande
C) Sud- Africaine
Ceux et celles qui ont la bonne réponse gagnent un voyage de deux semaines en Namibie, à leurs frais, bien sûr.Réponse demain.
On va tenter de mettre "En onde" un vidéo produit par nous ...
... developing a new enclosure for the stink mouse (looks like a skunk - without the smell). Tom and Tim teamed up together and I was lucky enough to work with Balone, one of the local bushman. He worked like a machine and put us all to shame!
We were there at a time when all the new born lambs and goats were arriving. Eadie, a goat that wonders around the sanctuary freely, had twins - one brown, one white. However, the ...
... It is pretty much like any other modern middle-class city. (welll at least the spots we went to...) The tour began and ended at our hotel, so it worked out very well. Our first stop was to see a monument that marked where the remains of elephant bones were found in the 1950's. We then headed down a courtyard with many shops and restaurants. We were supposed to see a display of 31 of the original 77 Gibeon meteorites, but it looked like 2 were missing. At the ...