Saxon Hotel, Villas And Spa
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... have been here for far longer than I that this is something I'll eventually get over. Probably. We won't discuss that time when I was driving home early in the morning and nearly ran out of petrol on the freeway, because quite frankly it was pretty nerve-wracking and I'd rather not think about it/be that stupid ever again. Cool? Cool. Moving on.
PS: zero run-ins with the police so far. Winner winner.
I've done a sum total of three shifts in the ED ...
... the old girl had a permanent rest like the one that is now a museum piece on the south coast. The seating is a mix of old and 'new', a seat panel came adrift in the cabin I was in and was very quickly whisked away. Took off 30 minutes late because we lost a passenger. We were about to take his bags off but he turned up. Maybe he was lost in Macquarie Bank's shopping mall! Look out Frank Lowy. Flight service director is very good, ...
... a television program on SABC 2 about a woman who got a micro-loan and built a crafting empire with around 30 women working for her making crafts that are sold at a premium all over Southern Africa.
Well, this entry is getting long enough. I enjoyed the day and am looking forward to cards tonight.
I would definitively be interested in reading their corresponding entries to see if I was alone with these thoughts. ...
... from Tswalu Game Reserve, whose introduction to game safaris became the basis of an addiction; our driver and nature interpreter from Kulula Desert Lodge, another Jonas; our tour guide and the person responsible for finding us AvGas at Ongava Lodge, Henook; our guide from the Okavango Delta, Abu Camp... KB, who could drive through a maze of trails, under a metre of water, and never get lost: our guide, Bashi, and tracker Edward, of the Mashatu Camp in the Limpopo ...
... mentally tracking the time in both Sydney and Johannesburg- keeping a foot in both cities. I imagined everyone at home going about their Friday routines- gyms, jobs, bars, bed - while I stayed suspended in a perpetual day, chasing the sun across the Indian Ocean. I got talking to the guy next to me on the flight, who bore a striking resemblance to a South African Rolfe Harris- you'd think this would be creepy on any number of levels, but it ...