Dalmore Farm Guest House

Address: Dalmore Farm, Bergville, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | Hotel
 
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    A travel blog entry by bridie.sheehan on Apr 25, 2015

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    ... The other evenings we had people round. On Wednesday we went to a friends for dinner and yesterday we went to a restaurant. It was lovelly. I was so full. They don't really do veg here. I had lamb chops and butternut squash mash. That was it. But it was still really nice. I had to get a doggy bag. We all did. Having a chilled out weekend before house mum duty next ...

    Another week.

    A travel blog entry by bridie.sheehan on Feb 28, 2015

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    ... family for 6 months. The Kids club is basically where we go to the sports ground, just a dirt patch in the middle of the township and then we go running with the kids. Well some people go running. Then we sing songs with them and talk and we give them a drink of water. It is lovely to spend time with them and show them that people do care about them. I did that every night this week. Me and Norty made biscuits and popcorn whilst at work and got the children at the place ...

    Long day of driving

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Oct 14, 2014

    We woke this morning with big ambitions for the day ahead. Firstly, we made our breakfast of toast accompanied by a tea and took it to the hostels look out point. It was a stunning day, so the view was extra spectacular. At the view point there is a bath tub placed on the cliffs edge. On request you can get them to fill it up and you can bath looking down into the forest. Would have been amazing, but we didn't have enough time, a lot to do today! Instead, we say in an empty bath ...

    Back to South Africa...

    A travel blog entry by greatbigworld on Mar 07, 2014

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    ... Popular "Take-Away" restaurants are KFC, Wimpy's, the odd McDonalds, but absolutely no Timmies. About HIV aids... The gov't says they have 30% hiv infection, the doctors say it is double. The papers say SA is sitting on a ticking time bomb. 3 of every 5 babies born in Soweto are hiv positive. 60% of all soldiers and 45% of all teachers are also hiv positive. The minister of health is a big part of the problem because she has no qualification for her ...

    Zulu Wars

    A travel blog entry by tchodson on Nov 12, 2013

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    ... British soldiers defended and defeated the 4000 Zulu. The visit to Isandlwana was quite eerie. It was very cold , windy and very misty as we stood on the hillside looking at the piles of white stones, marking the mass graves of the soldiers (about 30 in each) spreading all over. These days there are still families who return to visit their ancestors who were buried there, except they do not know which ...