African Silhouette Guesthouse
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... we met at 5:30am to go on a bush walk. We drove to the site and witnessed the most amazing reddish-orangeish sunrise I had ever seen. The guides then took out their shot guns, which I thought/hoped were just tranquilizer guns, to give us instructions on walking in the bush. We were told to walk single file, not talk to avoid scaring the animals, and if we had to talk, then snap our fingers. I asked our guide, Buungani (sp?) if he'd ever shot anything and his ...
... the silver and gold coin stores. The coins were really nice, but they were also very expensive. I am sure they are worth it is you can afford the intitial investment. We went into the Columbia store and we both tried on some 50% off shoes. Columbia hiking shoes for less than $50 is a great deal, but I feel like we are already at capacity on what we are bringing home. We also went to a sports store. Miles tried on some shoes ...
... one night drinking and barbecue at Louis brothers down the road i soon found out it was well needed fortifications.
Louis was mugged outside the front gate 3 months ago. Plus both Louis and Wiloughby (louis housemate and sales guy) keep the biggest blades by there bed, obviously i played it cool and told them i do the same.
That just about the first day wrapped up. They are very chilled in there ways around ...
... in about an hour. Here the train stopped and the entire trainload of people poured into a waiting train on the opposite platform. Given our big bags, we didn’t join the crush. We stood and watched as the train pulled away, with people hanging off the doors and clinging on between the carriages. It turned out that the train we’d arrived on was in fact continuing onto Jo’burg central only about 15 minutes later. We ...
... up our bikes with fuel and also our tummies with much needed hot drinks and a meal at the Mad Hatters Cafe.
From Graaff-Reinett we passed over the Goliatskraal Pass, Naude's Pass and the Lootsberg Pass. Passed Middelburg & Noupoort and eventually 600 odd km's later we reached Colesberg. We were so happy to see Colesberg as the "Numb butt" feeling was not too pleasant by this stage.
We booked in at the Guinea Fowl Guest House ...