Buller's Rest Lodge
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... usual. I got the older ones to do a matching game. In English which they enjoyed. I stayed with Julia that night and we helped out at the primary school. The posh primary school. With a film night. There were a lot of kids there. But I helped make hotdogs and hand them out. The next day Julia and I caught a taxi to lady smith. That was an experience. Very cramped and very hot. I nearly fell off my seat several times if it wasn't for a very useful ...
... swam in the pool and lounged around. Had a picnic. I actually swam, or attempted to for the 1st time since being here. Then in the evening we went out for a meal to Bingelela. The food there was lush. I had prawn and garlic pasta. then we all shared deserts. So for 8 people, drinks, mains and 3 puddings it only cost R855 which is £47.20. It's nothing and was amazing. If only things were like it in England. I'd be out every night.
Sunday was church. It was a ...
... It didn't take them long, so we sang more songs, I was in the middle of them all singing 'if your happy and you know it clap your hands' they sang so loud and clung to my legs and waist, it was humid and I was sweaty from all the dancing and singing I could barely handle 40 little arms wrapped around me, but when those little smiling faces look up at you it makes every bit of it worth it! After brain gym we were on our way to Happy's and Naomi realised she left ...
... After a quick coffee pit stop, we left the N3 and took a 'Midlands Meander' road towards Giant's Castle, just 58km away. Not far, but with the wet roads and potholes it seemed to take for ever. This was supposed to be South Africa's equivalent to Switzerland, but at times we see much beyond the bonnet of the car, therefore we can't comment! Eventually we arrived at the gate to the park, which is described in my guidebook as a rugged, remote, and popular destination, ...
Today we spent the morning checking the camera grid again and then we did some erosion control on the side of the road. Moving rocks is not so fun but I'm glad Rachel and Nyomi have had a go at doing it hahaha. They have another month without my muscles to help them. Which I'm sure will be fine tbh but I like to feel needed.
In the afternoon we went to do giraffe monitoring and rhino ...