A Stone's Throw B&B
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... in search of the Big 5 and we have found so so so much more. We have done a total of 7 drives including a night drive, which was amazing. We have encountered so many amazing creatures including the lesser spotted beautiful honeymoon couple, Mr & Mrs Pomaro. Thank you so much for all the laughs and great fun. And a massive thank you to our amazing ranger Gladman and our ...
... were able to go monitoring with Xolani. We found the rhinos almost straight away out in the bright sun! It was then decided after breakfast that the group was to go on a long trek. I agreed to go, thinking of the health benefits, without realising it was going to be one of the hardest treks I have ever done. A longer version of the 'short' trek we did the week before! So now I can't feel my legs and I'm lying in bed pretty much unable to move. Think I may just take a nap! Goodnight. ...
... she pads off just over the top of the hill, catching her breath under the shade of an overhanging rock. We think that's all she is going to allow today, but she humours us, coming back alongside our vehicles for a few more precious minutes, flirtatiously rolling and stretching in front of us purring her contentment for us all to hear. It really is magical, unexpected, purr-fect.
After a really good weekend enjoying the sun at the beach on Saturday and in grahamstown in Sunday when we went to the oldest baptist church in south Africa and met some lovely people including some students our own age (though much to our disappointment there was no gospel choir) we were back to school today. Friday was a strange day as many of the teachers were protesting having not been paid and because schools are short staffed so we helped out sorting second hand clothes ...
... Aberdare and so on. We had a lovely lunch
in Merthyr Tydfill, then stopped off at Penderron Whisky Distillery on our way
back. We then set off for a walk up the Aberdare Mountains via Dave and Sally’s
allotment. We reached the top and wound our way down with lovely views all
Wednesday Tarryn and I set off for Cardiff by train to do a
City Sightseeing Tour. We started at Cardiff Castle, which dates back to 11AD.