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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the centre we complained and filled in an incident report all of us from the boat. We didn't have to pay for the first dive either. We decided we had had enough of Coral Divers it was the most unfriendly place we have ever dived and safety wasn't a priority. We'll leave tomorrow. Checked out of Sodwana Bay and set off for St. Lucia. Because of no internet we had no accommodation but arriving in St Lucia we soon found a very nice cabana on the Main Street. Checked in ...
We always enjoy the feast no matter where we are. However this year our family was scattered about 8 hours apart across the globe. Two of us were in the southern hemisphere and only one above the equator,- none at the same site.
We had traveled extensively when our children were young, and now they are married and able to create memories with their own families at the feast.
Our Daughter Crystal and husband Joe Trone ...
... shirt was unique with their slogan on the back of the shirt.
Thereafter, we visited Pick n Pay which was equivalent to the local supermarket in South Africa. There, we observed customers on how they were going about their purchases, the layout of the store, the checkout lines, etc. One of the things we noticed that was very interesting was that at checkout, the employees had a chair that they sat in while servicing the customers. In ...
We've just crossed the border into Swaziland. I am travelling with intrepid tours in a jeep/bus. We are a group of 16 people including my cousin, her cousin and her coworker. It's been about 5 days together now. I met my cousin and the 2 others at the Paris airport where we spent a 12 hour layover wandering through a graveyard and stopping at local cafés for drinks. We were exhausted and all came to the conclusion that Paris is overrated. ...
... farm outside the Johannesburg municipal boundary, following a reported outbreak of plague. Industrialisation during World War I drew thousands of black workers to the Reef. They were also propelled by legislation that rendered many rural Black Africans landless. Informal settlements developed to meet the growing lack of housing. After the Afrikaner-dominated National Party gained power in 1948 and began to ...