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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... by our guide David with the help of our driver Vivien and Rick. They had surreptitiously purchased three varieties of boerewors, a grill for the meat and charcoal. The boerewors were marinated by David with the wine purchased yesterday.
While the chefs were at work, some of the party went off for a 3km walk. ...
... After the lengthy lunch, we went down the road to our final wine farm, Muratie. It was now back onto the sparkling wine, followed by 2 whites, 2 reds and finally a port. We had been given a choice of 3 fortified wines and naturally we opted for the most expensive vintage port. By now it seemed everyone was wined out, (some didn't start) and the conversation ground to a halt. Apart from Jackie and I ************e had even asked Colleen a question. As we sat in ...
... mountain- you can get a cable car to the top and explore the plateau. The view from the top is incredible- I sat and watched the sun set with a beer- a pretty great way to end the day. I've just rearranged my pack ready for an early start to my first tour tomorrow. This will take me up through Namibia and Botswana to Victoria falls over 20 days. There should be some access to the interwebs during then trip so will post again soon. Missing you all ...
Today we went to Kayamundi township. We saw so much poverty, but at the same time we saw beautiful people who are proud of what they have. The people were very friendly and said hello to us with smiling faces. There were children everywhere waving to us and even running next to us giving high fives. They were adorable!! First, we visited a high school where we were split into groups to get to know the students. I was with a group of all female students and ...
... He says that the only trouble he has sometimes is if a dog is lying in the way (which there are a TON of) he might trip over it. After that we went to the home of a 46 year old named Colleen. She lived with her ten year old son. She had had a stroke, and had trouble speaking as well as weakness in her left side. She was a very special lady who had a heartbreaking story. She told us that one day, she was washing her mother in the morning. She kept ...