Blue Lagoon Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Day 50 – Saturday 2nd May
Thank goodness the seas were calmer last night … still a little rocky but nothing like the washing machine of the night before Durban. We woke early so I decided to update my blog - we have 2 hours left on our internet so I have less need to conserve the minutes now that our cruise is almost over.
I'm currently sitting up in bed with our curtains pulled back ...
... holding yard but was also kept overnight so Louie could check on her in the morning. Whilst most of us ate lunch, some students went with Louie to fetch the male ostrich. 5 darts later and the poor thing was still getting around, eventually becoming trapped in a tree and captured. He went straight onto the buyers trailer and was carted off to his new home. Arriving back at Tyityaba for our final night we had a run down by Skip on the ...
... so got some quality pics. The blindfold was already on, and Louie was monitoring via blood samples taken from the jugular. It was a whirlwind experience and in a matter of minutes the zebra was carried to the truck and loaded in. Walking back to the van we had a close encounter with a rhino that at first, was about 100m from us. It looked at us looking at it and a started for us. Jacks, an ISV supervisor, told us to head for the ...
... how we could help. One place was a school by the name of Thoboshana. A small rural school just down the road from Tracey. After speaking to the principal she seemed excited and encouraged by the ideas we had and very welcoming for us to come and help in anyway. So after a stop at the shops yesterday and evening of cutting up coloured appear and printing our words for our English class and making up juice and cutting and quartering over 100 oranges, we were ...
... had found the keys on the beach! ( apparently it was actually my fault?!?!) My relief was almost worth the initial stress! So after some relieved shouts we got into the cottage, showered and got ready to go out for the night. It really was a typically studenty pool party, but we had great craic, Highlights included Tom and my paint fight, champagne spraying, and Sam had brought some flying laterns that we set off into the night sky. All in all definitely my best ...