Savoy Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... who went flying past us and we were doing the limit of 120kmph. The weather down at Kleinsbaai was perfect, sun was out and it was warm. The shark diving company we were going with said we would be the last of the day because they werent cancelling the one after ours due to bad weather coming in. We saw the shark ladies boat, liar that she is! She said they werent going out on the boat due to weather. She must of over ...
Is it called organised chaos because your "organising chaos" or because your organising IN chaos?? Cause if it's the latter then I finally get it. Around this time last year we had the awesome bible school at the Berg. But sadly due to rising costs we couldn't re book the place this year so no bible school. For the Zulu members this meant no bible school and no chance to have that extra time with members from other ecclesias's. So it was announced that ...
Woke up to sunshine and set off on a 3 km town walk. This comprised various
historical houses and buildings from around 1900. This included the original
electric street lights which preceded those installed in London. After lunch
we did the Big Hole tour. This was a tour around one of the two
largest diamond mines. The other we saw in the morning and is still
being mined. The Big Hole is known as ...
Driving onto the town of Kimberley. We spotted lots of Vervet monkeys scrounging by the
roadside. The countryside is very open with no trees and lots of flat topped hills in the distance. We also spotted another English Boer war Blockhouse. Eventually we arrived at the Big Hole campsite and settled down for the ...
... whilst this vehicle of mine is on the road. Absolutely amazing how it uses diesel. Averaging around 23 lit per 100km. Leaving Mafeking shortl en route to Francistown for the night. One needs to look at the real positives in this great country of ours. We visited a good ex Knysna friend, Colleen Milne, who works as a teacher at the international school here. What an eye opener. Built years ago by Lucas Mangope. Makes ...