Dock House Boutique Hotel
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... br> No one is afraid to refer to the population using descriptive terms that we would not be allowed to. White, Black, Afrikaans, Coloured and Asian.
The terms are used the same way we would describe cars in a car park, Toyota, Honda, BMW, Audi.
It is so complex and the more we learn the harder it is to understand, but the present is better than the past and the future will be better than the present so what more can anyone want. But they have a ...
... so much fun! Our professor was kind enough to teach us how to properly enjoy a glass of wine ... swirl, legs, breathing, placement... sounds like learning how to tango but it did make a difference! I ate most of the olives - they were so good! The desert wine was my favorite along with the Reserve. I brought one bottle of the dessert wine to bring home and shared it with my family as soon as it was chilled.
Dinner was ...
... cats. We spent the second night at the same campground as the first, Skukuza, which is the main campground of the park. The next two nights we spent at Lower Sabie campground. The area around this campground is really pretty; it looks like what you see in the films about African animals. We saw lots of animals around there. On our fourth day in the park we had a cat day. On that day we saw a leopard in a tree, then a serval (you’ll see what that is in ...
We woke up before breakfast this morning. Took a stroll around the neighborhood and saw some pretty unbelievable houses. When 7 came around we enjoyed some yogurt, eggs and fruit at Underburg. We then walked a few blocks and browsed through a few local shops. Then the jet lag hit us. We tried to fight back but did not win. We took a good nap, fought again and won! We gathered our things ...
... to to eat first since we were hungry, then see the Ostriches. Don't judge, but all of us ate Ostrich. We had to try it! We were either going to try it before or after seeing them so I'm not sure which option was better. It tasted ok. It was a bit leathery and slightly gamey, but seemed healthier since it was leaner. After our late lunch, we were ushered inside a room for our unexpected Ostrich presentation...for just the three of us. Apparently their feathers used to be ...