Saxon Hotel, Villas And Spa
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in Australia, we then took the containers home, filling mine with water and
leaving it on Max’s study table. This caused great laughs all round, with Max
expressing his desire to go to Rosebank just for Boost.
Finally we kick started our exchange video, coming together at the McDonic’s to
work on the video, which went really well. It was our last day spent together
in South Africa.
... 8217;d all be going our separate ways tomorrow, and this time together had been anticipated for so long and was going to be over so quickly.
It’s been a pleasure for Marjolaine and me to end our trip with these few days in South Africa. We’ve been encouraged by the dedication of the church members and the ministry here, and we hope we’ll be able to visit again before too ...
... in Europe! After the high of the paraglide, we drove back to Goodwood via a pub for a toasted sandwich and a beer, and spent the evening chatting with Dave and Louise (and the doggies), and commenting what a lovely few weeks it has been. Adam, Nikky and the kids came around for dinner and another sleep over, and we enjoyed another lovely family evening together and a delicious home cooked meal.
Saying goodbye this morning was difficult, especially for Mikey, and there were a ...
... shops. This is what kept them alive during this time. We then went on to the lower class area where families lived in tin huts with no power, toilet, kitchen etc. They live in the pits of poverty an don't have an awful lot. There were families of pigs roaming this part of town, they didn't seem to belong to anyone they just rummaged through bins. We were informed that new housing was win built for the poor of the poor but this had slowed down due to ...
... crime. Our hosts however lived in a beautiful home and that evening they treated us to a wonderful meal in a local restaurant. It was great to finally see familiar faces after 3 months. The next day they kindly lent us their car to explore Pretoria. First on our tour was the immense Voortrekker Museum. A massive monument overlooking the city and a tribute to the first white pioneers, the Voortrekkers. It's an eerie place full of flags and other symbolism. It reminded me ...