African Pride Mount Grace Country House & Spa
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... before returning to the the bar in our hotel for a couple of beers and a lovely meal. Considering this is the capital city and hotel prices it is still very cheap. We spent the evening checking out the 4x4 cars going by, trying to decide which type we would have if we ever get the visa sorted out to come here. We hit the sack and I fell asleep immediately . Day 86: We woke up at silly o clock, I do hope we manage to get out of waking up so early or ...
We've just had a lovely 2 nights staying with our friends Des & Gloria in their home in Johannesburg. The girls love the Jack Russels. Braii and wine to kick-start our travels. And us hardcore travellers visited a bunny park yesterday - who needs Lonely Planet to tell you the best places. The girls fell in love with the rabbits and India was seriously upset when we told her she couldn't take her rabbit-nibbled carrot home with her. Heading off on a 5 ...
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We had a wonderful, relaxing hike through a village close to the border where we met many friendly locals as well as a Sangoma (traditional healer similar to that of the zulu culture) who was so inviting and as interested in us as we were in her. As Lesotho is a land locked country high above sea level in the mountains, the traditional dress consists of covering up with a thick woolly blanket and shading from the intensely close sun ...
... invested so much time and effort into and grown to love. I didn’t want to leave the awesome church I had started attending… But amid all these things I didn’t want to do, I understood that there are things I had to do, it was time to step out of what had become my comfort zone!
That’s what Shooting Touch is all about, what they want me to experience with this Sabbatical program and it is also what I want to experience for ...
... we had cooled down we turned around and headed back to the chalet, walking along the same route.
In the end we did a three hour hike. We were starving when we returned and ate lunch. Early afternoon was spent relaxing at the chalet.
Later on in the afternoon, we went to the swimming pool with a bottle of sparkling wine. As we had a dip in the pool to cool down, we also enjoyed wine and a beautiful African ...