Coach House Hotel & Spa

Address: Old Coach Road, Tzaneen, Limpopo, South Africa | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Old Coach Road, Tzaneen, is near Daktari Wildlife Orphanage SA.
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      Day 22: Tzaneen & Meeting Baby Stitch

      A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 30, 2015

      ... the hire car washed and return it to Avis. We found a car wash and paid R90 for the Supreme Treatment (wash outside, Polish tyres, vacuum and clean inside). They said it pd take half an hour but it ended up taking an hour and 10mins. We rang Avis and let them know we were running late but we were on our way to return the car. The guy that we approached first to ask about the car wash kept coming over to us and trying to make conversation. He asked ...

      Day 16: Hot Hot Hot

      A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 24, 2015

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      ... dinner -vegan pizza. They made the base and everything. The pizzas were amazing. My favourites were the jam, apple and cinnamon and the garlic, corn, onion and pineapple. At 6:30pm I went down and started getting the Baby Cabin ready for night shift. I went to the village and got a cage to transport the babies in from Disney land to the cabin. I set the cabin up and brought the babies in. Luisa came at 7:00pm and we talked for an hour whilst DK and Chester played ...

      Day 11: Lots of Baby Shifts!

      A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 19, 2015

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      ... and watching the babies in Disney Land. At 5pm I went to the Village to get ready for Orphan Night Shift where I met one of the new volunteers Cecile from France, 20. Poor Connor had been sick with vomiting and diarrhoea all day so we all had to chip in and cover his shifts. I took his night shift and Luisa took Rachel's night shift so she could look after Connor. I was happy about that as I get along really well with Luisa. We had vegetable ...

      Day 7: First Day doing Shifts Unsupervised

      A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 15, 2015

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      ... might be my only chance of doing it as the orphan monkeys are getting moved to an intracage to start their integration into a troop next week. On the way to the village Andrea and I came across a baby snake (would have been max 20cm long and as thin as a pencil). I was showered and in bed by 8:30pm. Today has been a long but eventful day. Tomorrow should be even better. I'm doing my first solo shift as well as getting introduced to the 5 ...

      Day 6: First Full Working Day

      A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 14, 2015

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      Once again the Bandit monkeys (the wild population of velvet monkeys that reside at the Program) woke me by jumping on my cabins tin roof at 5am. I was able to go back to sleep and woke up startled by my alarm at 6:30pm. I had breakfast at the cottage. I am a big fan of the muesli and milk alternative they have here. At 7am my morning shift with Alex and Andréa started. We were on AM Plates and on Top Area (Gizmo, Goliath, Royal and D&D). AM plates ...