Malvern Manor Country Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... mammals. We were able to spot ostrich, vervet monkeys, a Wildebeest, and numerous Springbok. We then continued on to another section of the park called the Valley of Desolation. A fairly long uphill drive where we came across a group of baboons, running along the road, it seems they like to gather around the highways, but they manage to avoid any run ins with cars, ...
... rental company and managed to change the time for pick up and hopefully we will be back by 4 to collect it. Tomorrow we will just have to take vals car to shark lady in Kleinbaai. Drove down to george in vals car to have a look and around and get used to her car, gonna be spending a long time in it tomorrow. Went to checkers which is a food shop. So much decent stuff in it and really cheap. Went back to the house and dossed about. ...
... an amazing trip we felt would allow us to travel far more extensively then we probably could plan ourselves. The trip wouldn't leave till January meaning we would have a couple of months with no plans.
By this time the rain had stopped and the sun had started to show. We had a quick detour to the spar to pick up a few bits before heading back to the hostel.
The hostel was a 2 minute walk down to a beautiful beach, so we took advantages of the ...
... a completely different sort of white South African to those we have met so far in Wilderness and Swellendam. Then we continued along the road to the "Woodville Big Tree Circular Walk". It was as the name says. There was a big tree - a very big tree - an 8 century old Yellow-wood whose great venerable branches craned out high above the rest of the canopy. A host of small birds played amongst its upper leaves, giving us sore necks trying to work out what they all were. ...
... PEP is a local thrift store chain in South Africa where one could go purchase cheap items (similar to a Ross).
As we began to cross we had to wade in the water waste deep, making sure we carried our bags over our heads to not get the contents inside wet. It's amazing how power the ocean can be. As the tide rolled in and out, I kept getting sucked in and felt like I was being tripped by some bully at school. I finally decided that water was not ...