Bush Pillow Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... across the back seat. As always happens, the drive didn’t start well. I was almost into town when I realized the view in my rearview mirror was wrong. The canopy was coming off! I pulled over and found the wire holding it in place had broken (not that it was suitable anyway) the canopy was sliding off and had hit the crate. This opened the dog crate door & two puppies were out. Why does this always happen to me? Well, we managed to do a ...
... 8217;t packed either so all rather relaxing. My lift arrived on time which, considering it was Gebs, was a bloody miracle! Quick stop off to buy provisions (booze J) and then Brian collected me for the final leg of the journey back to the centre in time for dinner. No aardvarks on route this time! The welcome back was lovely and it was great to catch up with familiar faces and to meet a whole bunch of new ones. ...
... guarding career, as well as follow-up to make sure the dog is doing well. Farmers see the benefits of this program and we understand this is making a real impact on the recovery of the cheetah population.
The CCF facility also provides shelter to cheetahs that have been captured alive or orphaned cubs. Depending on the circumstances and the age of the animal, some of them are reintroduced into the wild. We were able to visit an ...
... lots of issues as she doesn’t get on with many of the other dogs.
So, we decided we could reinforce the fence at the staff house by the main entrance, and they could spend their days chilling in the garden and the nights sleeping comfortably in the living room, or in someone’s bed in Penda’s case! Certainly better than living in the clinic.
The workers got on it and did a great job of the fence. They dug in metal girders and concreted ...
... So back we went to ask someone else. When you reach the hill out of town take a left, you can’t miss it, we were told again. Well, we did... As these are communal lands there is no such thing as left, right or straight, once you leave the main gravel road. The tracks crisscross each other and we didn’t want to get lost in the bush. Finally a lady started us out in the correct direction and, after many stops to ask people where we were, we finally made it. Easy when ...