Oakdene Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... boom, but they were/are still being sold in the fashion industry.
When I think back to all the old movies from the 1930's and 1940's, I remember seeing a lot of ostrich feathers in clothing - Ginger Rodgers' dress in Top Hat, huge Egyptian fans, plumes on circus horses, purses, muffs and hats, umbrellas, all decorated with ostrich feathers. Less glamorous, feather dusters... And most of these feathers come from the town whose name I can't ...
We woke up at 9.00, had breakfast and left for the Cango Wildlife Ranch. This place was recommended to us by the Spanish girl who had provided us with accommodation the previous night. She told us that they had been there two weeks ago and had arranged an encounter with newborn Bengal tiger cubs. When I heard that I was sure I had to go there. Of course, Gonzalo wasnīt as excited as me since he is not such a big fan of animals; however, he didnīt have any objections to the ...
... set off down the scenic Atlantic coast through a number of quaint towns to the Cape of Good Hope where we spent the day hiking. Rounding Cape Point and heading further towards the Indian Ocean, we stayed a night in Simon’s Town. With a lovely Sunday morning latte stop on Muizenberg beach to do some photography, watch the surfers and enjoy the families having fun in the sun and sand, we headed along the coast to Betty’s Bay. Since November in ...
... care. Sitting on the back of this massive beast was exhilarating. And then he reached his trunk back to me, searching for some food. He was so gentle and his humbleness humbled me.
By the time we got back to Paradise, we were zonked. No socializing tonight. Find a posi in the lounge with electricity and start downloading pics. That was the evening. But you know, what a day! What a hell of a day! Shower and bed. ...
... farm. The guide was really funny! Met a few Ostrich but didn't fancy riding one as it looked so cruel! Although Phil regrets not doing it now! Watched an American lady do it though, poor ostrich lost a handful of feathers when she fell off. We then headed to Cango Wildlife Ranch, the guided tour was brilliant and we got to see loads of animals ...