Millbury Guest House
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... these bottles contained some pretty toxic substances at some point in their usage. Things going 'bang' is also highly likely.
So, what with things that go 'boo' , things that go 'bang' and four very grumpy, moody and sweaty people confined in a small space for 5000kms this could turn out to be a blog series worth following guys!
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Thursday15th January 2015
... cuddles finally with the lion cubs and it only cost me a few scratches on the back of my neck. Anna woz ere. After a short nap and another fried breakfast (I'm basically spherical) we drove out to the other side of the reserve to chop trees. Unfortunately we broke down where the lioness was headed. NB. This conversation won't be funny to blog readers, however it was very funny at the time and I want to remember ...
... that the men of the town spend a lot of time drinking and watching sport. Not much different to home there! We also found out that Sheffield University do a lot of sport work (might be Hallam) with the township we were in and a group of students had run a football tournament about a month before we had arrived. Nelson was really grateful that foreigners were willing to come and give their time to his community. So it wasn’t all doom and gloom and we ...
... No shopping. No gift making. Nada. Just a normal day.
On Saturday the 22nd we all went shopping for Christmas meals and laid on Sacramento beach with girly mags, followed by drinks and a family lunch at Angelo’s. On
Sunday the 23rd, the day before Christmas eve, we went to The Boulevard (entertainment area) and had fun watching Simon get lost on the go-kart track, causing all of the kids to halt ...
... refer to the town). We were met by "Esra" who drove us the 60 minutes to Shamwari. Graham's niece, Lyndal, had lived and filmed documentaries at Shamwari, so we were eager to see this famous game park. It is north east of Port Elizabeth, and we arrived at Long Lee Lodge (one of the 9 lodges) just in time for lunch. It was served on the lawn overlooking the lawns of the lodge onto the green rolling hills of Shamwari. I had an entre ...