Lourens River Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLourens River Guesthouse Somerset West
From late arrival to early breakfast - perfect
Very nice room, great beds and ambiente.
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... a pensar: "que raios estou fazendo aqui sozinha?, devia estar no BR"..... E então...comeeeeeeça o jogooooooo. Que aflição, que gol contra maldito. O primeiro gol do Brasil na Copa, CONTRA? Dá pra imaginar um lounge lotado de gente do mundo todo e eu sozinha lá torcendo pro Brasil, uniformizada e todos me olhando e perguntando "what a hell is happening?". Pra ajudar uma menina maldita da Croatia berrando do meu lado. Hajaaaaaa coração como diria Galvão. E aquela narração ...
... it was the centre of civilian, administrative and military life at the Cape, until the settlement grew and some functions and activities moved away from the Castle. Today the Castle is the seat of the military in the Cape, and houses the Castle Military Museum which we visited.
We then had lunch at restaurant near the waterfront where we had delicious sandwiches which were only around $2 Canadian each. We hurried through lunch as we were booked on the 1pm ferry to ...
... Not far off is a group of females with a couple of little elephant calfs. It is amazing that in the middle of nothing halfway through a 4 hour drive, there they are. Just reminding us why we all came here. Elephants are by far one of my most favourite animals and to be so lose to them as they casually eat their lunch by the side of the road is a mind blowing experience. That's 1/5 in the big 5 down. Can't wait to complete the ...
... scene that stood in front of me. Since no clouds were in the horizon, I could clearly see the iconic mountain as well as Lions' Head and Signal Hill!
Half an hour later, we were back inside Mhondoro only to stop five minutes later at a food plaza for us to stock up on water and goodies while the guides purchased food!
And then, ...
... beside that of her ‘real’ family, and I always felt loved when I spoke to her.
But this fall, at the tender age of 100, Grandma Dickson passed away. I keep thinking about what postcard to get her to send, but then I remember that she is no longer here to get it. And it’s painful.
But I guess what I'm learning is that bereavement is a long process and never the same for two people. You can ...