Monateng Safari Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... National Bank
11: Tudor Chambers
12: Standard Bank
A: General Post Office
B: Old Mint Building
C: Bank of AfricaIts most prominent feature is the statue of the ...
... her two of the less stuck ones. Everything seemed to be going fine, she had read my letters, looked at old passport and then started writing in my old ID number. Papers in hand told to get fingerprints and that was it. Fingerprints done, good old fashion black ink on metal plate, roll each individual finger over it and place print on paper. He informed me to take paperwork upstairs and that was it. Upstairs, no sign saying ID papers so thought best to stay ...
... You had to approach Eddie from behind so his head was facing away from you, and gently stroke his head. Touching is tummy probably provokes the same reaction from house cats but with a lot more blood drawn on your part. Touching the cheetah was bizzare, especially as he purred loudly! Like the lion cubs he felt soft but his fur feels like oily, almost like a sheepskin before it's been washed and treated. We felt really privileged to be able to touch such an ...
... Johnny’s once more for a final goodbye. Beryl had so kindly bought Ryan and I gifts with much thought, this made me want to never leave.
It was time; we made our way to the airport. Not the easiest of airports to navigate but we found our way to the Emirates desk. Checking in we found out our plane was delayed almost 5 and a half hours, putting leaving time in the early hours of the morning. With reassurance that our connecting flight had been altered as well, we ...
... we found out that the hotel that we were staying in, The Arcadia, was just a few minute's walk from Union Buildings, a huge government building built in 1913, which sits on top of a hill and from where you can see all of Pretoria City. It was the building where Nelson Mandela was inaugurated as the first democratically elected President of South Africa and it is really is a grand building, fitting for such an historic act.
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