La Pension Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... board and said it would be 2 hours! We said 'no thanks' but by then someone had driven up behind us so we were blocked in. Clipboard man helpfully said that if we waited 10 mins he would try to make a plan. There was something in his face that made me doubt that his plan would have anything to do with getting our car out. Anyway, we spoke to a woman who seemed to be in charge, and we did indeed escape about 15 mins later in our still filthy car.
... metres long, 50 metres wide and 15 metres high) then continue through passages and up and down steps into further smaller halls.There are stalagmites and stalactites and spectacular rock formations lit up with coloured lights.
Leaving the Heritage tour route we had to crawl through small tight passages and chimneys. Jacob's Ladder of 200 steps was next followed by a low passage 1.2 metres high for 25 metres. A passage of 75cm narrowing ...
... by and it was soon time to move on. After our not so good experience with the first place, this couldn’t have gone any better with an amazing location, house, brilliant people and great animals to play with for the week. And with our food included Mon-Fri, t-shirt and polo-shirt, hat, £2 toward our leaving meal (that was less than £10 each) and free wifi all for a miniscule £202, it was an amazing week with brilliant memories and even better pictures to show it. Happy ...
... went anyway as they have all sorts of animals there to enjoy all in one place. 105 rand each (about 9 quid) and we had a full day of enjoyment until almost 3pm. We saw crocodile, tiger cubs, cheetah, Bengal tiger, cape vultures, bruit bats, serval, birds of all sorts, marmoset monkeys immediately beside us, flamingoes – and the list goes on. Truly worth the time and the money!
We had seen brochures for ...
Day1 - Craig our host picked us up around 11am, we stopped at the shop for essentials before heading to Oudtshoorn. The climate changed and even though it wasn't too sunny it was still warm. We stopped at the house first to drop our things off. The house is lovely and huge, our room is great and it really feels like home. Craig then took us to the ranch were we had dinner and looked around before having a tour by one of the guides at the park. We then met back up ...