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The perfect getaway for Easter weekend? via +SafariNow 
Quite frankly we were disappointed … we arrived and we were escorted away… I think there was a double booking. But it’s a nice place for a toyi toyi. I believe that inside there are toilets for all. Interesting concept!
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Conservatives can’t stop gay marriage. But they can stop laws that prevent discrimination.
 
Conservatives can’t stop gay marriage. But they can stop laws that prevent discrimination. And in Indiana and elsewhere, they’re succeeding.
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First South African to reach a cricket world cup final. #eish  
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Hilarious > Trevor Noah reports on the United States' attempt to buy mercenary chess players
 
Trevor Noah is back

The Daily Show - Chess News Roundup: http://youtu.be/v-urVIOVJ9w
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Bros before... suits? > Hammond and May ‘refuse to film Top Gear without Jeremy Clarkson’
 
This just got deeper. ... #TopGear
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A BBC executive revealed discussions were held about putting out the final few episodes with mainly recorded segments and the two co-stars filming the studio parts
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Flickr Tab, A Browser Extension That Displays a Beautiful Image Every Time a New Tab Is Opened in Chrome
Flickr Tab is a simple but clever new Chrome extension by Flickr that brings big, beautiful images to the Google browser each time a new tab is opened. The curated shots are pulled from the Flickr ...
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Sad news > End of the game for Namibia
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Stage 2 load-shedding from 4pm to 10pm #ProudlyBroughtByANC  
Power utility says it will implement load-shedding due to shortage of generation capacity as several of its units are on unplanned outages due to technical faults
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Elmer's will line its glue bottles with a super slippery coating, which guarantees every last drop will come out (just watch these awesome videos). Toothpaste manufacturers everywhere, you're officially on the clock to do the same: bit.ly/1OxvgQ3
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About effing time! > Microsoft has announced that it is finally killing-off Internet Explorer
Microsoft has announced that it is finally killing-off Internet Explorer. That's right, the once-beloved (we assume?) browser will be shuffled off its digital coil upon the release of Windows 10, with a new browser (codenamed Project Spartan) and ...
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Shows how +Land Rover UK has lost the plot when it comes to the Defender
The Jeep Africa is supposed to be "the ultimate Jeep Wrangler for back-country and overland expeditions." It's a sloped-roof station wagon Wrangler with 35" tires and a 2.8 liter diesel engine so yeah, I'd say they pretty much nailed it.
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Mystery of Darwin's 'strange animals' solved #science #ftw
 
When Charles Darwin visited South America in the 1830s, he discovered fossils of mystery mammals that defied classification.

Now, scientists say they've solved the puzzle.
Analysis using ancient collagen protein could permit study of fossils older than DNA allows.
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Stunning setting, very friendly staff, all the facilities one needs.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
An interesting insight into Namibia's early history.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Disappointingly bad service, even by the shockingly low standards of. Mauritian restaurants. Lots of staff running around, yet one is kept waiting for everything. Despite the exorbitant prices of the wine list, our first 2 choices were not available, not to mention being brought a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc after ordering a Cabernet Sauvignon! The food is average: the lamb was overcooked to death, the sweet & sour was more sweet than sour, etc. The lowest point of the evening was when the staff left dirty cutlery on the table after the appetizers. Best to skip this overrated place.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Since we discovered the Hussar Grill in Stellenbosch, we keep going back! The steaks are perfectly done, the service is quick and efficient and most importantly, there is always fresh game available. Without a doubt this is the best steakhouse in the Winelands!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Went there for lunch with friends.Great pizzas, but the squid I ordered may very well have been a piece of old car tire, it was so rubbery and chewy. Service, as usual in Mauritius, was slow and inefficient: although the place was not busy when we ordered, we still waited 45 minutes for 2 pizzas, 1 pasta arabiata, and a spicy squid. Best to go there only for pizzas, also avoid the cocktails.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Basic is one of our regular eateries, it is an awesome little bistro. It can get very crowded at times, a testament to their popularity. Their burgers are worth the wait as is the lamb curry. My favourite dish is the Camemburger, and it never disappoints!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
While the food is good, especially the steaks dishes, the wine is ridiculously overpriced and the service is below par. We were also visited by a cockroach while having dinner. If you are looking for a great steak in Stellenbosch, The Hussar Grill is definitely better, by a mile!
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