Mouille Point Village
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... called the Bombay Bicycle Club...let me tell you about the weirdest place you'll ever eat. It had a doorman dressed like Aladdin with Indian decor, a menu that was mainly Italian, a western themed bathroom, and 80s music playing. The food was fantastic though and it was really fun.
I've grown up on the beach...always watching and admiring it's greatness. But never have I been so humbled by it than when I went surfing. I went to a week long ...
... we went down to the waterfront and wandered, met up with Chris & Tara and headed to the aquarium! The kids had a blast and learned about local sea life and tides
Had tapas but no more wine for today.
It was a great day of learning at the aquarium and wandering the mall.
Came back and relaxed for the rest of the evening. We are still dealing with jet lag and every time we are in the car Georgia falls ...
... S.A. has some of the best wines in the world and the wine flight paring came to a whopping $29.50). Started out with a salmon and cucumber sashimi. How something so simple could be so right I will never know. The next course was a simple plate of sushi rolls but again, simple never tasted so good. Third course was scallop in a crispy phyllo nest and assorted sauces served on a lettuce leaf and eaten like a taco. This was I thought going ...
... working, not buying or touring.
Of course, here they say 'black' and 'white' and it's just matter of fact and no one thinks about it at all. So it's not racist that I'm saying it, because of course everyone here is 'African.'
Anyways. My friend wanted to know if the service was 'happy clappy' because that's apparently a type of Christian service here and a perfectly normal way to describe a Church. It ...
... against a jumbled wall of concrete four-legged sea-defence objects, then turned off for Addo. Stopped for more petrol then passed alon the most grotty highway we've seen so far, a township of ramshackle tin huts and great mountains of rubbish strewn far and wide. I know we have been largely shielded from the grim reality of South Africa until now on this journey. We were quite quickly out of Port Elizabeth, and moving cautiously along a potholed road through an arid wilderness ...