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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... brilliant little double banded sunbird ……. spectacular …… the juxtaposition of the highly coloured, delicate, fast moving little bird against the slow moving enormous mammals in the background ….. UNBELIEVABLE!!!
Next off to our accommodation…De Opstal Country Lodge, a former 'estate’…family owned and converted 20 years ...
... miles, mainly downhill back to the hostel with stops at the Cango Caves and an Ostrich Farm. “Die Top” of the pass was windy and overcast but it quickly warmed up as I made my way down. The winding road (built by prisoners without mortar) and ostrich farms on the way down made the time fly by. The bike ride and stopping at the tours along the way took almost the whole day and it was a solid workout.The Cango Caves were touristy, but more ...
... we rushed down and found 6 perfect chubby little bunny's. They were sooo cute and Toni decided to take one home and called it Goggles....very cute and lucky. We said good bye to Kim and Demi before going to see Bambam for our last stop of the day. Sad day but just part of the job i guess. In the evening we did get to spend some time with the caracal cubs and Craig came to tell us that we will be having 2 orange Bengal tiger cubs coming to live at the house next week...eeek ...
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There are many of the usual game, also smaller creatures. At one waterhole where you are allowed to get out of your car, we spent a lot of time watching tortoises. You need time for that. The park also abounds in dung beetles, but although there is elephant dung all over the roads (as a conservation measure for the beetles, you are asked not to drive through it, which is difficult) and we slowed ...
All along the Garden Route are beautiful and unique little towns along the coast, one of which was particularly quirky, a town called Sedgefield. Sedgefield is South Africa's first town to commit to a slow, chilled out way of life avoiding living life in the fast lane. When we drove past we saw a sign which said 'Slow Town Tourist Drive' along with an arrow. They have a route all mapped out to help you to explore Sedgefield and it was clear that they are ...