Blue Lagoon Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is the livestock. It's not uncommon to see cows and goats on the side of the freeway here, but they are normally being watched and controlled by their owner or in a township where your lucky to be driving 60km an hour. But in the Transkei you are driving 120km along a freeway and at any time sheep, goats or cows (completely unsupervised) will suddenly decide to cross the road and at times you may only know about it when the car infront if you slams on the brakes ...
I confess I knew relatively
little of the sardine run before I headed to witness it, the major attraction,
I suppose are the great 'bait balls' of juvenile sardine. These balls which are
an attraction for a great many creature of the ocean. Sharks, whales, dolphins
and gannets the most prominent. You may notice this ...
... a free beer half way round and I'm not sure if it helped or not. We all got there in the end, despite quite a bad fall for alice which resulted in a bruise the size of a melon on her thigh. I was proud of her completing a very tough 17km having only done 10km runs before. Mum and Dad then arrived on Sunday..... However that is enough of that for now, and I will fill the details in later. Alice and I have now completed our first week back at work- a bit of a shock to the ...
... in to work!), but some time in the sun has raised our spirits this afternoon! Coming up, we are looking forward to Dan and Jess’ arrival soon, and Tom and Hannah for new years, so it doesn’t stop!! Finally finally, thanks to everyone who has wished us well via card, email, facebook, phone call, text message, face to face etc. and those who came to our catch up/engagement drinks on Friday. We really appreciate it. Cheers!! Ps. I've attached a random selection of recent ...
... sad because the facilities were so outdated and the seal show that was going on when I walked in was absolutely pathetic. The guy running the show looked miserable but at least reassuring to see that he actually cared about the animals and I was able to follow him around as he fed the sharks and hand fed sick penguins. It makes you appreciate the Scripps and Monterey Bay Aquarium's facilities and resources.
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