- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... so lucky to have both parents alive and well, looking after me, supporting me, loving me and encouraging me. These children have taught me so much, and I am so blessed to have met them all. If they can make what little they have work, with no mum or dad, no small worry at home will ever be as severe as I once thought it would be. My friends. Being in a foreign country is a tough call, especially on your own. I have said this before, but who you have with you will make or break ...
... us to the check in desk where we were served straight away. We were delighted to learn that our seating had been fixed; we were sitting together and Tom had a window seat. However next to us in the check in area was a very unhappy couple. They had been told Business class on our flight had been over booked and that they could either fly Economy or on another flight, via Malaysia; this on the same day ...
... and arrive in Cape Town at 4:55pm. I'm excited to meet the other volunteers and see where I'll be living for the next two weeks. IVHQ sent me my volunteer house address and it seems to be right near the water. :) Apparently it's now "winter" in South Africa but the weather is still above 20C so it doesn't seem so bad. Although after being in 35C+ weather for the past 17 days that might seem ...
... TV and a mini fridge, while the Nespresso coffee machine adds to the quality of room service. Most hotels provide coffee/tea facilities with just an electric teapot.
An iron/iron board was missing ...
... night and let free the next morning when people from the hotel went to the police station.
I guess, these rules are too strict and have been set by elderly locals. I don't know how to explain this as you are never sure what to expect.
The best thing to do is to take precautions to avoid unpleasant surprises!
My photos show though how locals can show up in 5* hotels and nobody can tell them nothing about the way they should sit or behave.