Malvern Manor Country Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... next tour to start. We were also taken through to a room where our tour guid explained about Ostrich feathers, leather and meat. I found it all very interesting, especially how to tell Ostrich leather from normal leather by the dots left from the feathers being plucked. We then learnt about their breeding and the egg incubation before going out to meet their resident "pigmy" ostrich who was possibly the cutest thing I've ever seen. ...
... into the thick of the shrubbery, We continued a short way before doing the same. The low bushes grating the underside of our jeep like nails down a black-board. We drove in a large arc and pulled up some five hundred yards ahead of the herd. Killing the engine we waited in the quiet dawn Our reward? The sight of the herd moving slowly towards us in ...
... the bus arrives (usually there is no sign that you are even in the right place - not ideal for early morning or nighttime departures). However, it's super easy to get around along the coast, a backpacker bus goes door to door from hostel to hostel, so you don't even have to walk anywhere. Very convenient, and a good way to meet other travelers, but on the whole it's left me feeling really quite lazy. Pretty sure this easy traveling won't last long...
... we didn’t see the point in paying for a day out to a place our bus ticket could take us to. We made the right choice too as when the girls returned they said the weather wasn’t great and they got a bit cold and bored whereas we’d had a day of blazing sun. The ranch provided pizzas for our final evening and we watched films as a house. Cat and I repacked our bags yet again and were all ready to head off to the big CT! Our bus wasn’t due ...
... from being wild and quick animals while they could see, to docile and obedient creatures, once their eyes were covered, was hilarious. It sounds horrible to say, but they are very stupid animals, and their brains are smaller than their eyeballs. However, I do think they're romantic because they mate for life; so sweet!
Our next stop was the Cango Caves. We went on the Adventure tour which was a 90 minute journey ...