40 on Ilkey B&B
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... and ends and food as the actual cost of the tour. Its a little overwhelming.
Also please note that each child's passport/Id/birth certificate has been given back to them. Please make sure you have it and place it in safe keeping.
Also please note that our next rehearsal is on Wednesday 14 August (no rehearsals this week as Michael is in Manilla)
... so we very busy but good! The plan was to go to The Valley of the Waves which is a waterpark, but the weather was fairly chilly so we skipped it! We did do ' the lost maze' which is pretty much exactly as it sounds.... A maze but was fun also. We bought some booze and braaied some burgers and had a night of drinking and eating! On the way home we stopped at a small Afican type market at the side of the road and got pancakes. They were ...
From an old family receipy book Jenny showed me, I made a granadilla (passion fruit) fridge tart to take to my cousin David's house for a braai (BBQ) He lives on a plot (property) about 30 mins drive from Jenny's house. His home started off as a one room flat, then added a lounge, then bathroom, then bedroom and it looks so nice now with the additions, ...
... wished to see, but not been graced with in the wild, were housed here. The Honey Badger fascinated me, as it eats African Killer bees and because of this tolerance of poisons can kill and eat a black mamba.
Afterward Pierre took us up to his and Tracey’s wedding venue. The pictures do not do the place justice at all. It has a stables and a church that they were sprucing up. We walked around taking in the gardens as the men worked. Pierre said they were still building ...
A traveling day so not much to report. After breakfast around the pool, we packed, checked out, and took a taxi to the airport. Victoria Falls is not quite the smallest and oldest airport I've been to, but it was close. We were almost the only people there when we arrived, so nothing was open, but after a short while a couple of tour buses arrived, and the place sprang into life. It's so backward that they used old railway ...