Ashbourne House Guest House
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- Swimming pool
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11 Oct It was a perfect day in Franschhoek and we woke to the most incredible view from our balcony of clouds spilling over the mountains. We chose to spend the day in town and we only had to step out of our unit and we were on the main street. We strolled through the Saturday morning markets, bought strawberries, fresh juice and a bacon and egg roll and looked at all the knick knack stalls. We did a tour of a small chocolate factory which was ...
... hope will make it home in my checked luggage without breaking. Transporting liquids used to be so much easier when you could take them carry-on. I ate the rest of my leftover food as lunch at the hostel, and then boarded the airport transfer van to the Windhoek airport. I suppose if I'd been more motivated, I might've woken up early to fit in some more sightseeing, but honestly, I couldn't be bothered. I've seen and done so much on this ...
... the lightly musty smell, the cobwebs, the thick layers of dust that coat the walls and ceilings. It’s best when these are arched brick ceilings. I love it!
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... My mind and body had been struggling for some time... There's not enough time to explain nor energy as I type to explain it all...but it's been a challenge volunteering. The culture is very different here. The way things are run at the orphanage, expectations, treatment of employees etc has all been a struggle this past month. All I can say is Lilian was yet another huge blessing for me. I have met yet another ...
... the jaegers were in force again. The pub we ended up in had wicked, live music which seemed to be the usual there. It was a huge uni town also, so between the backpackers and local students this place really did know how to party! For, someone who didn’t really drink a lot at home, I am now sometimes, I think rather worryingly a rather hardened drinker now, every night is like a weekend, and drinking is the norm... need to go home for ...