African Pride Hacklewood Hill Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Call it bad luck or simply a very appropriate African bon voyage, but we left P.E. on a day destined to reach temperatures pushing 40 degrees. Even with all the windows down and an ample supply of air circulating the car we were suffering.The bush perfumed air, smelling suspiciously like doobie (an affectionate nick name for weed) thanks to an African plant called 'cat ****', was arid and dry. Having already blown miles over ...
... lesson but instead grabbed some boards from the local shop and gave it a go for a while. It was so so fun. I couldn't do it at all but falling off was fun too. I did lose my sunglasses though. Fuming. Weve just arrived back at Kwantu and caught up with all the rest of the group who went to Port Elizabeth for the weekend. Dinner was cooked by Mama again and now were ...
... to get very bored and not get what we had signed up for at all. We arrived at the centre which in fairness was set in a stunning area on a high plateau overlooking the ocean. We drove in past giraffe, wildebeest and various antelope species but then to seal the disappointment we were feeling we saw the ‘sheds’ we would be staying in while at the park. Especially as it was raining the damp wooden huts looked even more unappealing. By the time ...
... could tell we weren't on track.
Sure enough. Father Jerry came back to us and said we (he meant to say "he" I am sure haha) must have missed the turn but that there was no way. He had a map. He insisted we press on. A bit further up, we saw an abandoned farmhouse that he didn't recognize. Then he took off with three parents up this HUGE hill to see if we could get reception. Without saying anything I knew, it was official. We. were. lost. By ...
Some nice news (for American tourists) is that the South African Rand to U.S. Dollar conversion is about R8.78 to $1 USD right now. When I was here in 2011 it was R7:$1. My South African friends here are always giving me a hard time because of this exchange rate. They say I am a rich American and can afford to pay for all their meals! Haha. However, what they don't understand is that I am not using my American dollars any longer. As part of my ...