Dalmore Farm Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... I did a little hike to see some cave paintings. Some of the paintings were 150 years old. Some were 5000 years old. Frankly I walked away relatively unimpressed and convinced the paintings were the work of shamans who were high on weed. I spent 4 nights after my time in the Drakensberg in Durban. I didn't do very much aside from socializing with other backpackers. Highlight was going out with 4 German lawyers who taught me some German. One observed that the German word ...
... 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 ...
... have competition, as there were two yellow backed kites that had recently migrated back to the drakensburg and were pretty hungry and needing to restore some of the energy they'd burnt off.
Another bird, the fish eagle, had been hand reared and kept in the cage, so up front they admitted that she wasn't the best flyer, nor was she great around people (begs the question, why was she in a bird show?). They had trained her, however due to her being hand reared she ...
... a difficult walk that could be completed in about three hours, but was well worth the climb due to spectacular views and waterfalls. So us new volunteers all did the walk, while the people who have been here longer sat it out and opted for a shorter, less steep climb as they had done it before. Fair enough.
It was a challenging climb up, but we had A LOT of breaks because we're lazy buggers, it is a Sunday and we're climbing back up to the ...