Sunnyside Park Hotel
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... 2 c52fbedb67909fb702.2:0.0.0.0.0.0.$end:0 :$51:0" style="color: rgb(55, 62, 77); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 15.3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">The next day involved more hiking, including many crossings of the river, now brown from the rain. The activity that afternoon was raft building: build a raft to carry all our bags and race it down ...
... it out to be (squealing when they got sprayed- what'd they expect??) Monday night we all went out for out final group dinner, then headed to a bar literally 10 metres from our tents. Beers were $1 so some people got a little too jolly, including Steve, the rather good-natured but somewhat clueless queenslander. He was sitting next to a local woman and announced to our table at one point that, "in case you are wondering, ...
... I am now, in Brown Sugar! It's a wicked place. There's a huge 'chill out' room with broken but comfy sofas filling the floor space next to the bar. The over sized plasma seems to alternate between the National Geographic channel and the food channel. -Everyone here is too polite to change it. And the pool table is never free because one of the receptionists children plays 'pool' on it by himself...He can barely reach the table but manges to haul ...
... rich in laughter, connection, fun and sometimes tears. It has been unbelievably special to spend time with the Roberts and Mahon families and to pick up where we left off.
Tuesday morning Fee and I popped into the trendy Davenport shops and then went for breakfast at the NSA gallery at Bulwer Park. South Africans are so creative and there was an array of beautiful handmade goods. It was delightful sitting under the ...
... falling apart monkey which is apparently used to cast spells, Harry Potter style for real!!! Next was a clothes shop which still had the old signs above the door for the whites and non whites entrance, seeing it out in the street for real really made what we had seen in the museum come to life as I still find it all a bit unbelievable. The city itself looked really busy with people although I did not see one white face. High rise new buildings intermingled with the old ...