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A century old cottage fitted with our kiln-formed, hand- crafted glassware. Functional and decorative from decoupage glass blanks to decorative art glass and glass baskets. Glass pendante and beads. Mosaics and mosaiced items. Soft furnishings, cushions and table linen. Courses, workshops, tools and craft supplied all available. Do come and browse. Open: Mon, Thur & Fri: 9am-4pm Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: 10am-4pm Tues & Wed closed Address: 12 Thomas Road Merrivale ...

Caversham Mill Manor & Country Cottages

 Map Reference 210 Accommodation of distinction: in the cradle of the Meander, with unique river frontage, a full range of accommodation is offered. Charming Victorian self-catering cottages provide peace and tranquility. The Manor has private luxury suites and is also available as a complete house. Guests have the convenience of eating on the estate at Caversham Mill Restuarant. Tel/Fax  (033) 234 4524  Cell  083 777 6550  cavershammill@mweb....

Caversham Mill Restaurant

Map Reference 210 A renowned Midlands restaurant: enjoy modern comfort food, individually prepared in an idyllic Midlands setting - on the banks of the Lions River overlooking the waterfall and the old mill. Open Mon-Sun: Breakfast and lunch. Wed-Sat: Dinner. Children welcome. Excellent accommodation available on the estate. Tel:  033 234 4524  Cell:  083 777 6550  Email: cavershammill@mweb.co.za Website: www.cavershammill.co.za -Midlands...

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1.1 Physical Geography South Africa lies at the southern tip of the African continent, between 220 and 350 south. Physically it is larger than Germany, France, Italy, Belgium and Holland combined. The country is dominated by a plateau of over 1 200 meters and a narrow coastal belt washed by the cold Benguela current on the west and the warm Mozambique current on the east. It has a coastline of over 2 900 kilometres, from the Indian Ocean on its eastern shores to the Atlantic on the west. Within...

Chapter 2: The South African Tourism Industry - Key Characteristics

2.1.1 World The position of the tourism industry in the world economy continues to be an exceptionally important and strong one, and is perhaps underestimated in terms of its contribution to the world GDP. International tourism arrivals are growing rapidly at 8% to 9% per year and reached 689 million in 2001 with the growth rate at just over 7% (World Tourism Organisation [WTO], 2001). Tourism accounted for total market receipts of some $444 billion in 1999 and $476 billion in 2000, an increase...