A Stone's Throw B&B
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... pads to show the claws which need trimming. The first one is hard, and as I grip down tightly I have a fleeting realisation that I might not be strong enough to cut through which would be a bit of an embarrassment in front of the whole group. But I push down as hard as I can and with a hearty click, it's done. Phew. A couple more snips and her manicure is complete, Johann kindly allowing me to keep the big claw, an unusual souvenir, but a new treasure. The next step is ...
... stretching across the hills now safer to roam. The knowledge of the immediate impact of the completed job felt by everyone. Konrad, the senior co-ordinator, has told us that around 60-70% of what the real conservation team on the reserve does isn't suitable for untrained volunteers so although what we're doing is pretty menial, it in turns allows the experts to concentrate on more skilled tasks.
Hi guys! So on to the next step of my adventure! This time I'm in the Southern part of South Africa in an area called 'Grahamstown’, about an hour and a half north of Port Elizabeth, on a Game Reserve called ‘Kwantu’. The reserve holds all the Big Five which includes Rhino, Lions, Elephant, leopard and … I’ve got myself onto a volunteering programme that is all about conservation of ...
So we went to school first thing today. School begins at 8 when the kids arrive they're fed a multi-vitamin porridge before lessons at 8.30. They follow the same curriculum as other schools and all teaching from the 3rd grade upwards is done in English, other than the lessons in the local language Xhosa. We did some work classifying books in the ...
... br> cherry tart for pudding.
Thursday morning, we went to Caerfilly Castle. We just love
the old castles and ruins! We had tea (and I tried a welsh cake), before
leaving by train for Cornwall.
Train is a lovely way to travel – comfortable. It was lovely to arrive at David and
Lynda’s home to be greeted and served a lovely meal, as only Lynda can cook.
Friday we set out for the Eden project, which is a series ...