Villa Via - Midrand
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Dora has a beautiful smile, the softest skin and gave us the warmest of welcomes. She hugged us with true beauty. So far every encounter with the African people has been joyful. Dora wanted our dirty washing, and she cleaned, ironed and hang them up for us. She thanked me profusely for emptying the dishwasher for her. We want an 'Adora' now!!! She sings while she works and has a lovely relationship with Ian. He cares for her, and she ...
... was fun, the nest 20 minutes staggering around feeling sick wasn't. My photo of the ride was so good that Ridgey kindly bought it for me.
Still feeling dizzy, but determined to do the rides, as Gareth and Hugo really didn't think i would, thinking I was faking sick: I really wasn't, we then went on the Golden Loop. This roller coaster consisted of a large loop, and that was about it. This ride was pretty fun, and didn't have ...
• 6:30-10:30AM Breakfast at hotel, Tradewinds Restaurant
• Morning Free
• 11:00AMCheck-out of Hotel
• Lunch on own
• 12:30PM Transfer to airport
• Afternoon Flight to Cape Town:
• Confirmed Schedule: BA6425 Johannesburg – Cape Town 1500 1710
• Met at airport and transferred to hotel for check-in
• Guide ...
... an excellent crop. They plant 30" rows because they don't get enough moisture. Soybeans-30bu/acre is good. Their growing season is opposite ours, so they are looking to harvest as soon as it stops raining. The average farm size is 2,000-3,000 acres. Their average rainfall is 500-700ml. and most of it falls from October to February. They also grow about 12,000,000,000 cattle and 36 million sheep in South Africa. (Just a note, we have had sheep/lamb every dinner so ...
... environment can gentrify Dalston, Stokey, Newcastle's Oousburn Valley and St Paul's on Bristol then why should it not work here?
Don't get me wrong, this is not Portland Oregon, Dalston/Hoxton/Shoreditch or SoHo for size or variety but to a man more than a little attracted and amused in varying degrees to the leisure pirate scene of our own East London, but now more used to the pint and a bunny chow scene of Durban this all comes as a lovely, very offbeat ...