Cozy Nest Guest House
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... trying to go straight ahead and many trying to make a right hand turn – just chaos.
I saw a man in front of our car holding a solid stick like a club but what got my attention was a man who I thought might have been a policeman.
A little drama to start the "tour"
We were sandwiched between cars – to our front and back and to our left and right – all going in the same ...
... London. We got on a small plane, 30-40 people, which made for an interesting flight. The turbulence was few and far between but was intense. And we flew much lower, flying amongst the clouds which was an amazing experience in itself. Arriving in East London, an ocean breeze, blue skies and warm temperatures greeted us. The town comprised a lot of shanty towns, ...
... stop and after a few hours on some very bumpy roads we jumped off. The backpackers was called Buccaneers and was on a hill over looking a lovely coastline. We were shown to our room which was really nice it was like two rooms in a little bungalow with a kitchen and bathroom. We've pretty much given up on sharing dorms at this point. The backpackers itself was also really nice it had a communal area with great views of the bay, a nice wee bar, dining ...
... We also had a trip to Hogsback with some friends, and found a fantastic secluded pair of cottages to stay in. It was a bit chilly up there, but crowding round an open fire and drinking (a lot) of wine was a good remedy for the chill. We played the accent game, and Ric************* Mandela was a particular low light. We had the obligatory braai, and solid 4-5 hour forest walk via waterfalls etc. Great fun. Work wise, Alice has rotated back to Frere from ...
... and pointed to get involved by myself and Harvey! In tough circumstances, her performance was admirable. The reception followed, and included great food, top company and some silly dad dancing by a number of guilty people who I won’t shame now. It was a good opportunity for me to meet new people, put some faces to names I had heard of, and again get reacquainted with a number of people who put Alice and I up on our recent road trip around the Emerald Isle. Right, back ...