Local 17.8.2018 02:48 pm

Women’s Month: Your guide to a girls’ getaway

Booking into a resort for the weekend may not be in everyone’s budget. So, why not go to the Southern Sun hotel in Hyde Park and enjoy a light brunch with the girls?

It’s officially Women’s month and I’m going to revel in it.

Women’s Month: Your guide to a girls’ getaway
Women’s Month: Your guide to a girls’ getaway

Women’s Month: Your guide to a girls’ getaway

Booking into a resort for the weekend may not be in everyone’s budget. So, why not go to the Southern Sun hotel in Hyde Park and enjoy a light brunch with the girls?

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