Splinters Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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My friend Robynne is 21 today and she loooooves chocolate! So, not only did we go to a chocolateria, but we surprised her with a chocolate cake with brownies on top. Craziest looking cake ever, but adorable as well! She's also from South Africa which is why there are certain animals and the African flag on top of the cake. Kaleigh, Stef, Jed and I had ...
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