Interlaken Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... meant we were entertained throughout. The real highlight was how close we were able to get to the male lions, they were literally 3 metres away from the vehicle. After breakfast we then took part in the second game drive in the Earthstompers vehicle, we covered a lot of ground in what was a very vast park. The undergrowth was quite thick in places but we were able to see a number of animals and birds. We ...
... Africa. It's broken down my region, city and then accommodations, with many of those accommodations falling into the hostel category. The reviews are generally honest and insightful, and it provides a simpler and more affordable way to comprehend the ins and outs of South Africa, without the standard Lonely Planet or Bradt guide. Additionally, it provides some general information on adventurous activities to do in those regions, as well as ...
... laundry outside, mopping up the floor...was it really worth it Shana?
I joined the boys again for the day. We went hiking through a forest to find a tree 1000 some years old. It was huge. Indeed it was huge; although I had a hard time looking at it too long. It was amazing to see how long some people could stare at this tree. Me, 3 minutes max. These days I'm quite interested in trees but that day, I wanted adventure. I found ...
... and back to me before responding, "have you seen Indecent Proposal?". His entourage laughed loudly. We shook hands. He hugged Sue longingly I thought. She didn't try real hard to break the embrace I must admit. Amazing. I wonder whether he was talking rand or dollars. NOT THAT IT MATTERS. We bought some amazing art in Stellenbosch. We managed to purchase a real size elephant print that had been molded in natural fibres. The elephants name was Harry from Knysna. ...
... with a glass of wine and a bowl of soup and then completly over indulged in a Sprtingbok Burger and Springbok meatballs.(we later found out that Springbok is a small antelop from Africa, not just a pretty name for the burger or meatballs) We left stuffed, warm and ready for bed!
Wildreness was a wonderful break, it was peacefull, beautiful and very relaxing. We were sad to have toleave after two nights but we still had so much to see.