Eagle'S Rest B&B Guest House
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... got to ride in the safari vehicle and take some fantastic photos. We saw rhino, impala, wart hogs and ostriches. The wildebeest and zebra were nowhere to be seen today unfortunately although Tony came back with some fantastic photos of a giraffe!! Dinner tonight is in an African boma and on the way we eventually got see the wildebeest and zebra. This was a pretty eventful day and we collapsed into bed ...
... the ice or…? Who knows but we won’t be eating there again, sadly. At least not for quite some time. Shame. The pizza was excellent!
On Monday Erik went to the dermatologist for a consultation about his moles and while they were off doing that, Mieka and I played in the pool. Erik and I then went for a walk in the estate to see the wild animals roaming around and we drank with Cora in the garden until late, just chatting about ...
... what else do I have to write about my time here? I met up with Hanna, whom I’d lived with in Cape Town for a month. We discovered that this capital (one of three – yes three – in South Africa) is a dull town. Not much happening at all. We left on Friday lunchtime for Soweto, the infamous township outside Johannesburg which will forever be associated with the struggle against apartheid. He hope to spend the weekend ...
The trip has been a total blast - I can honestly say there wasn't any moment (apart from the first freezing cold night!) when we didn't enjoy it. Every aspect was so well organised and of course the two boys, tour leader Johan and driver Trompie, made the trip what it was. We all agreed that they were brilliant for such young guys and the people on the tour were great too. It was hard to believe that this was Johan and Trompie's first ...
... we can see people's lives we decided to talk.
We got there ok after about 15 minutes walk.
The room was clean, had a nice shower and a separate toilet and TV so it was good enough.
Pretoria is the capital city (political) in South Africa and it had definitely a different feeling from Cape Town.
There are mainly black people there and you don't see many white people or tourists.
If the match was England match, I am sure ...