Blue Lagoon Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a dummy and began to wash herself in the Amitraz dip, and even drank a handful. She proceeded to follow us to the next stop where she took her clothes off and chucked a brown-eye at the group. As Skip said, some things you just can't forget. It has taken three rounds, but during this dog venture I came to appreciate how much experience I have gained with scared, submissive, aggressive and biting dogs. I definitely feel a lot more confident and will be able to take this ...
The earliest start yet. We were up at 4am and departed at 430am headed for a local dairy. With 450-600 head of Jersey and Holstein-Friesian cattle, it was a fair sized dairy, and had a rotary milking system. I had not expected this. In Australia it seems these systems are few and far in between. And yet there we were in the middle of random country South Africa. It was great to see. He was a wealth of knowledge and really seemed to know his stuff. We had a tour whilst the ...
... our visit this morning. We headed to the school and started by taking the oranges around to each classroom. (In our previous visit we had learnt that there was 290 children in the school, ranging form Grade R to Grade 7. The children were fed 1 meal a day but usually we're not fed outside of school as they come from a very poor area.) the thought of the fruit was to give them some brain food early in the morning to help them concentrate until their lunch meal. ...
Between Capetown and the port of East London we had a day at sea. The seas were still rough so the time was spent reading and attending an excellent lecture on Apartheid by Michael Buerk the acclaimed journalist and reporter. We won the first Trivia Quiz with our new team which was very gratifying. Everyone dressed up for the first formal night and the Captain's welcome party before ...
... longer by 20km. What we found out on the way was that we were driving the highest public road in SA, at near 3000m above sea level. The drive up was scary at times, but spectacular and exhilarating. Again I was thankful for having the bakkie with the capability to do it. We wound our way to the summit, and the view from the top was amazing. You are able to see the curvature of the earth. I wanted to get a photo, so I cracked my door open, and with a huge ...