Nandina Guest House & Self Catering Cottages
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... charming old mining town known as Pilgrim's Rest. If you ever visit this area, you should make this beautiful place one of your stops!
A second trip to the Melmoth area also kept me away from “home”.
I was so excited to be returning to the people and places that had
made such a positive impression on me the first time. This time,
instead of just a few days, we were able to spend almost a week and a
half helping the Melmoth ...
... during Easter). It feels as if it is just a straight road with no corners and even less scenery.
Once we had reached the road to Magoebaskloof things changed drastically. Suddenly the surroundings were green, with massive trees and rolling hills! The road started to become twisty and turny with the driver having a bit too much fun. Faced with stunning valleys and views that left us in awe, this road was easily becoming one of the ...
... we could see the people lined up waiting patiently for their turn for hearing aid fitment. After the tour the medical clinic it was our turned to help fit some of the people with hearing aids. Yanik and I teamed with Danny, Bills’ pilot who also volunteers on these missions. Danny showed us how to fit the devices and test to see if our patient could hear and how to adjust the volume properly. Our first patient was a 9 or 10 year old boy who was completely deaf. He ...
... bottled water and snacks. We got him a couple of beers as compensation, plus everyone donated a tip to his great efforts in helping us to have such a great day.
We were again back to the hotel by 4:30 or so, completely bedraggled. Well, all except Rufus and Bill who both had less hair than the girls and myself. There is no way to keep one's longer hair in place on an all-day outside drive, other than to wrap it all up in a scarf, I guess.That or just shaving it ...
... himself as "living in a foreign country called England." He then proclaimed himself a Scotsman. He was a funny companion, muttering sarcastic remarks under his breath at times throughout the day. His wife and their friend occupied the far back seat. We figured they didn't want to listen to him. The Belgian couple sat directly behind us, and we enjoyed their company immensely.
We reached the Paul Kruger gate, one of many gates into the park, shortly after 6 ...