Coral Tree Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... to find it on our own. We found it. We sprayed, paid and headed on our way.
Just after sunset, 50km on the other side of Nata, we pulled into Elephant Sands. It was teeming with campers and over landers. A lodge room which is a tent with ensuite is 700 pula per couple per night. Camping is 150 pula per person per night. The water hole in front of the lodge is a hustle of elephant drinking. With a cold Gin and Tonic, I was able to get my sketch ...
... as soon you leave the mayor Highway you are really diving deep into third world territory .... It is a shame This Country has everything , almost all natural Resources you can think of , an rich and diverse Landscape surrounded by two Oceans , it seems they have it all...... but something is not working......One of the Problem ,maybe even the Core problem is Corruption on a very high level which is deeply rooted and trickles down.... to all branches ,resources ...
... The entire bar erupted in cheer and everyone wished each other a Happy New Year! The DJ really hit the decks and put on some great music for the start of the new year. A few guys started to show off their moves on the dancefloor and soon a dance cirlce was formed with all sorts of dancers exhibiting their skillful moves. From tribal dances to hip-hop and break dancing, they had it all! One girl decided she was going to challenge me in a bit ...
... prices - above our budget - and you still have to pay extra to do the activities)
Leaving there later in the afternoon we headed towards Pretoria/Johannesburg. We had seen a lot on the news about rioting at the Marikana Mines in the area around J'burg. Well despite making a note to ourselves to avoid them we managed to drive right past!! We had no problems though. You have to feel for the workers when you see the living conditions - tin shacks - and ...
... your hair. This wasn’t what I was expecting, and I wasn’t thrilled about it, to say the least.
I think what made accepting that we would have no shower difficult was the fact that it caught me so off guard. I had come in to South Africa thinking that accommodation wise, we would not be too far off from what is typical for students in the United States. I hadn’t approached South Africa with the same attitude that ...