The Peech Hotel
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A very comfortable, well-appointed small hotel with incredibly kind service.
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... the largest inland delta in the world...during this trip we also spent some time in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe and in Cape Town, South Africa...but Botswana was definitely the highlight of the trip...
Maybe we will return to Africa in not so distant future...we both would love that...and by now there are actually two specific countries we have in mind for ...
... In many ways she's a very young grandmother with her finger on the pulse and an understanding of her kids and grandchildren. But physically, she's frail and delicate and all I want to do is wrap her up and make life a little easier for her. We have a mother daughter relationship and I know my mum would love her. She's strict and stern but has a heart of gold which I have found a way to get to and soften. As the days go by, I learn more about the hardships she has been ...
... Inside the sightlines are fantastic, even though we were quite far up in the nosebleed seats, despite our Category 2 tickets bought at U. S. prices. As in most stadiums, lines were long for food, beer and restrooms.
As we made the long walk back to the bus afterwards, I thought about the commentary just a year ago, about how South Africa would never be able to pull off the World Cup. Our experience is that all the arrangements made by South ...
... country as a human supply and demand. The township schools reflected the ideology--non-white students had little education and learned enough to function as employees for white owners.
As a counter, militant and non-violent civil rights groups emerged--the ANC, of which Nelson Mandela belonged, being a key figure. Through many bouts of boycotts and sabotage and massacres, the apartheid laws became more severe. Eventually, several township massacres ...