Saxon Hotel, Villas And Spa
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... is obese. Everyone's coughing. It's mayhem.
The ED works on a triage system, like pretty much every other ED in the world. Someone takes your vitals and works out how sick you are, and then you wait - either in the waiting room, in one of the cubicles, in the resus bay, outside, in the ED on a stretcher or a wheelchair, restrained to one of the poles... anywhere there's space, really. Walking into the ED (especially with a steth 'round your neck) is a sensory ...
... by wonderful wine. We have lovely evening together, catching up on couples' conversation and reliving the amazing experiences we have had in Africa for the past three weeks.
It is great to get nine hours of sleep, have a good workout and then sit down to breakfast on fine china with very attentive service. We ...
... at the school ranging from 5 to 12 years old. However, recently another school opened up in the local township which drew some of the kids away, so they are down to around 80.
The school is currently classed as a private school and where possible the parents pay minimal school fees (US$45 per month), but we learned that only about 37 of the students' parent shave been paying their fees. This ...
... the party in the huge terrace of the apartment but in this case with the great red south african wine while observing the biggest storm we saw in all month.
Next day after packing what we unpacked the day before... a bit tiring...we met our waiter friend -Boss- in the hospital of Soweto at 10h00. Then, we drove through the township to Mandela's house and Hector Pieterson Museum, both very interesting and very representative. After that, we went for lunch and ...
... there were fairly nice homes amongst some of the shanty houses. Everyone was friendly and I never felt uncomfortable. We only encountered one beggar woman, but you could see she wasn't all there. Tourism has helped their local economy.
Peter and I went to the Mandela House and had a private tour of the very small house. Some of it had been destroyed by fire and remodeling, The Mandela Family Restaurant was ...