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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the streets. The local women dressed in traditional robes brought out their beads and handcrafts to sell. We tipped each of the women we photographed, paid our guide and a village entrance fee to the village head. The N'Belli were forcefully moved to the area in the 50's by the South African government.
May 25 - Re-pack our things and head to Tambo airport. Its a short flight and tight quarters - but the seats are comfortable and we are served lunch!!
... As we headed off in the distance I saw a Giraffe cross the road :-) 5 sec later I saw why..... A Lioness was walking up the road... Eeeepppp sooooo excited I think my heart skipped a beat.. We pulled over to the side and just watched it walk towards us than straight past the car... Heart officially stopped!!!! <3 We continued to follow her for 10mins until she disappeared into the bush..
I can now leave Africa a VERY HAPPY lady!!!!
... that are made of brick. The South Africans have houses that are cheaper. Some of the people in South Africa are angry because they feel as if they get discriminated against by some of the caucasions that live there or other countries that are wealthier then them. The caucasions in South Africa enjoy higher standard living. South Africa could be a nice place to ...
... exercise them or that is safe enough to do so. Boy we don't know what we have in Aus and the UK where they can go off lead everywhere! So anyway it was packed with about 100 dogs of various shapes and sizes running around and swimming in the dam. They were all well socialised with no fighting and Tracy had a ball. We walked around the dam and a few fields before finding a table, grabbing some beers and just chilling and watching Tracy play. We left about 5pm and on the way home ...
... Despite English being the Official business language in *****ia, Kenya, Swaziland and South Africa, it isn’t always the first language of the person you’re speaking too. In fact, in some cases I think English is pretty far down on the list of languages spoken.
Some of the names I have been given are: (if you know me and say these outloud, you may see a connection)