Westpoint Executive Suites
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- Airport Transportation
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Well, it's been just more than a week so far.
I'm getting used to it being cold in the evenings and warm during the day so far, but spring and summer are fast approaching and it won't be cold for long.
I've seen various friends in Pretoria already and had a ball at Sondela Wildlife Nature Reserve.
We spent time just hanging around, laughing, looking at animals, swimming in a heated open air pool and eating lovely food.
They even had ...
... a diamond from beginning to end.
4 C's determine value
Cut: round diamonds or shaped diamonds
From top of diamond called the table to the bottom of the diamond called (pavilion) should be 60%
Classes 6month 30,000 Rand
School supplies poor quality diamonds to practice polishing, diamonds cannot be sold.
Only good quality diamonds are sold.
... that the blacks needed to be looked after as they could not govern effectively (though the whites were doing a pretty poor job themselves).
The displays then ran through the atrocities committed by the SA government ranging from moving millions of non-whites to newly created townships in the outskirts of big cities to imprisoning and killing opponents of the regime of any colour. It was also interesting to read about South Africa’s military interventions ...
... me bitters with my ginger ale. The whole dinner only cost $13! Lunch in the hotel had cost us $26 for burgers and fries (for two.) I think my burger which had a yummy orange sauce infused in it was what was bothering my stomach. While we were sitting outside finishing our dinner a thunderstorm was brewing. We were glad to be so close to the hotel. We tried to go to Woolworth’s but they closed at 6pm. We are NOT in NY ...
... the trip agenda. He wasn't sure what to do, but thought he better come in as he was working for the people who had asked him to come in.
Sure enough the restaurant owner came over and started talking to him in Africans. The owner was telling him that he was not allowed in the restaurant. He would have to go out and wait in the bus. Douglas explained in Africans that his customers had asked him to come in and besides it was ...