Acorn Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... house, i would of been happy doing that also but the girls like to dress up and go out so we did. Im not sure about the rest but when we got there i felt a bit out of place, cant say iv ever dine this fine dining type stuff where you get a heap of plates all with small portions. The food itself was really nice though and was glad we went. The monging out could then commenced once we got back and got our comfy shorts ...
... eve we went out for dinner, it tooka while to decide what to have and we ended up at an indian but first went in past the cleaners township to give her christmas presents. I can safely safe im glad i dont live in one of those although the barbers in the tin hut next to the front garden that has horses in it did look pretty good... Tonights move was pain and gain, didnt manage to see it at cinema when it was out. Seem to be watchin alot of movies here which is pretty ...
... all 49 flights tomorrow, ....we'll see. For people used to competing by IAC rules in North America, we are used to one safety roll followed by the official sequence: any additional practice will be bonus. For others, they had planned to use the extra time after their sequence to practice a couple of figures within the 12 minute time limit. The Pilot briefing is at 7 am, so it's another early start tomorrow. Hopefully the weather will ...
... Park, with zebras, impalas and warthogs passing our gate every day, having African dinners at the campfire every evening, doing a 2 hours horseback safari in the park with a very stubborn horse but impressive nature and wildlife and last but not least, Z paying us a surprise visit one eve all the way from Maputo, ending in having too many Hunters but still very entertaining conversations.
The 2 other parks (Hlane and Mhkaya) we visited by public bus and we saw some lazy rhinos, ...
... any minute and through dark and spooky tunnels until I met the caveman sitting in an abandoned station. I still have no idea what the station was for or how anyone got there except by train because it was completely inaccessible and positioned at the bottom of a sheer 200ft-high cliff. In the railway’s heyday the station served as a diner in the 1970s built into the cliffs. When it went out of business the ...