The Saffron House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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"'Twas the night before Traveling, when all thro' the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The bags they were packed by the front door with care, In hopes that their Emirates flight soon would be there; The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of Disney and Snowmen danc'd in their heads" ~ adaptation of the original poem by Clement Clarke Moore ~ ...
... dinner, and the kids started up their hockey again. Jonty is the smallest, but he's the fiestiest. He takes no prisoners. If he played for real....he'd be in the penalty box all the time :) When it was bed time for the boys, they all gave me a big hug to say goodbye. Robyn came up to me and said "The boys told me they really liked the guy from Canada". LOL. I spent time with Rich online to try and figure out the Namibia part of my holiday, then everyone retired to ...
... The crew member did a speech at the start of the journey, to explain the border crossings and to let us know that we should inform him if we had a 'number 2 problem' for the coach to stop. We spent the journey watching an American Christmas film and listening to gospel music. The gospel music was interesting at first and provided us with a little bemusement at our situation. This died quickly when it continued until 1am (with a long border ...
... I mentioned to Jan and Bill that I thought coming here in the summer would be better so that it wasn't so cold swimming but they said the rest of the trip is horrible - hot, stinky truck, can't cool down and in many places later the water looks clear but has bacteria, etc so you shouldn't go in the water anyway.
We had a 'springbok' shot which is peppermint and amerula? Anyway they were nice but I just had the one. It was a nice parting from Jan and Bill.
... though we didn't give it a second thought.
On the way back we drove into Sankontshe and noticed there was loads of debris on the roads and then we came across a huge ditch that ran the whole way across the road. It didn't look deep and stopping the car was NOT an option so John drove slowly through. BANG! It was a bloody great big ditch and even in a 4x4 it made a crunching noise ...