Town Lodge Roodepoort
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Friday 14th August
Emotional farewells over we headed to Krugersdorp to drop bags at Jason and Pauline. After a quick cuppa with them we hit the road again past Soweto to spend the day at Gold Reef City. What a fabulous day out, as it isn’t school holidays we had the run of the park
and fitted in the mine tour and gold pouring without waiting. The kids could go
on rides without queueing, sadly for Oli he is too short for many of ...
... then went to our large suite which was sort of one room split into three sections. The first was a massive 7foot bed for my mum and dad and then I had bunk beds. The third section was a large bathroom with a big bath and a shower that was more like a waterfall!!! This section also had a shower outside so you could watch the wildlife. The front of this was a massive window so you ...
Clare and I made a conscious decision on this trip we would not fly "Staff Travel". Was that a mistake? We paid for Premium Economy seats so that we would not get bumped and our travel was guaranteed. Well there were 30 free seats in business on our flight so there was no doubt that wee would have flown but was there any great advantage? We had the same food, we had the same wine and the service was business by all means. The seats were not up to ...
After careful thought and planning we have come up with the following game plan. Date and Activity Day 1 // November 27th ------ JHB-DBN drive down ------ DBN overnight Day 2 // November 28th ------ Flight DBN-CTN | Flight JE133 Mango: Airport 5:30am / Depart 6:45 / Arrive 9am CTN. ------ Book into hotel & car rental ------ Two Oceans Aquarium ------ Dinner in Bloubos strand ------ CTN overnight Day 3 // ...
... hotels accommodated that need without any hesitation, and he was pleased at the consistent efforts to provide him with satisfactory alternatives to the routine menus.
The table service at the camps is quite elaborate -- large tables, cloth napkins, sometimes artfully folded, placemats or table cloths, candles, various decorations; soup and dessert are served at the table; the main course is buffet style, often on heated plates. The quality of the food ...