African Pride Hacklewood Hill Country House
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... is being developed as an enormous industrial park and as we drove further and further on, every road came to a dead end. It seemed that there was nothing there at all.
Disheartened, we headed into PE and booked into a really rather nice Radisson hotel. The view from our 11th floor bedroom window is out of this world and after a fish ‘dinner’ at a little café by the sea, we retired to bed rather early. It had been a tiring day and perhaps ...
Today was cold. Very cold. Drizzly wet. Wet and cold. Yesterday's storm lasted all night. It rained and rained and rained. Today the weather was bleak and **** all day so we didn't do any activities. I had my Actors Working Notebook to write and so seized the opportunity. It was productive and I got a lot done. We also got to go ...
Leaving Knysna today we stopped in Plettenberg Bay for a quick photo stop before heading to Monkeyland and the Birds of Eden wildlife sanctuaries. Monkeyland is a rehabilitation centre that aims to eventually release the monkeys and lemurs back into their natural environment. Whereas Birds of Eden is a giant aviary of some 280 species of ...
... for the teens to pitch tents, and they had a boat for tubing and, what they call, a rubber duckie (those inflatable boats)!
On March 1st- March 2nd we just had a one night camp experience for the teens. Although some of the teens couldn't come due to sport (they don't say "sports" just like they say "maths" instead of "math" class) and academics, we still had a lovely group turn-out.
We couldn't have had a nicer weekend; the weather ...
... no electricity or running water. It is unsafe for them to walk at night and even sometimes during the day. Crime is common there. School really is their safe haven. When you ask these students if they are excited for school holidays many say "no." When you ask them “why”, they will tell you, “because we don’t have anything to do.”
This is also why it’s so unfortunate that even ...