Emily Moon River Lodge
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... to the coast in Africa.
Found our our accommodation quite easily - actually, there's not much here so difficult to miss. It's fine - just has a tough act to follow and a bit of an odd smell. Obviously the place to stay for all local activities. We have a pool and a view of the mountains from our balcony - occasional as it comes and goes with the sea fret.
The wierdest thing is the shower. The receptionist said that all their water comes ...
... eggs, bacon, beer wine; even a bottle of champagne. She also had a beautiful floral arrangement of South African flowers waiting for us. They are lovely people.
Armin called and wished us well. The house is so amazingly beautiful it’s hard to describe. All you see out the windows is the ocean for as far as you can see. They have decorated it so beautifully. We both especially like the ...
... dikkop called Douglas ( we didn’t name him that) and he followed us around for a while. We stopped at a bench and looked and some flamingos and Mandarin ducks with Douglas at my side. Suddenly a bird flew up and landed on dad’s shoulder and said “it’s a book it’s a book” then it flew off and everyone was so shocked. We walked on and there were some really ugly geese and some mini monkeys and some blue and gold macaws. After ...
Before we got into Storms River, we went to exchange some money. As we talked with the teller, she asked us what we were going to do next. Lew replied that he was going to do bungee jumping in Storms River. The teller looked at Lew like he was crazy and said, "That is very high. I do not trust that stuff. Here's your money." Lew left with more money and more apprehension for doing the bungee jump. On the way to the ...
... dancing (there was really pumping music on) to keep your mind off it. First to go was Marit. I think i was more nervous than her, and i definately screamed louder as she took her leap of faith, there was a TV showing the jump live and so watched the whole thing as it happened.
There were a couple more jumpers between us and so when i got to my turn i had to compete with people spinning and twirling themselves into the abyss. I decided that i would jump off and swim ...