Malvern Manor Country Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... steep momma we are going up (it was on the fifth hairpin we realised we were on the wrong road!). Notwithstanding we finally arrived at De Zooke Guest Farm, just as they were getting ready to notify the Red Cross. The Chef rustled up a quick dinner for us, whereupon we were given the keys to our cabins... with a map. Five kilometres up dirt tracks from the hotel reception we finally pulled up at our log cabins, aware that we were near water and a lot ...
... We also had a videographer and photographer following us along the entire time capturing this memory for us. Brought me to tears seeing it afterwards. After all, this is what it this all about! And Braedan is enjoying every moment and we are as much experiencing this with him. Tomorrow, we have some seaside adventures awaiting. Should be a fun time. Until tomorrow.... Having a hard time getting the pics to down load. I will try to add them ...
Up at 5:30. Checked to make sure the car isn't blocked. Off to the briefing for 7:00 to hear....wind is over limits for competition flight. The next reading would be at 8 am. The upside is that there is time for breakfast. After a dose of oatmeal, we headed off to the field to get the plane ready for Jacques' flight. His start position had moved up to #5 after the position draw the night before. This change is due to the need to allow enough ...
... us up until early afternoon but the other girls had morning flights so we all went together back to the town of George. We dropped those getting flights off and luckily there was a Kulula airlines desk at the airport as Cat and I needed to be change our internal flight that takes us back to Jo’burg yet again! This time we wanted to move it forward a week. Rather than have a week travelling the coast to Cape Town then a week in Cape Town we have decided to go ...
... over precarious post-landslide mounds. I had also heard about a cave man that lived in the cliffs by the tracks and been assured that the route was safe.
With all this in mind, I set off.
The tracks led through the town and were in fairly good condition so I couldn’t shake off the paranoid feeling that at any moment a train would rush through and flatten me. As I was led round the first headland the tracks ...