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... boat out was pretty choppy, 5 people were already sick and we hadnt even got to the diving spot. It only took 15 minutes to get out there. I was surprised at the amount of people on the boat. There was about 25 of us. Once the first shark was spotted we were told first to get there wetsuit on was first in. Lucky me and claire were closest to the cabin so got the first wetsuits. I ended up even being the first person in ...
... down with a few others. After lunch it was time to pack up and clean up and start the collection of room keys as the taxis started to arrive. So many little things happened that I won't write all down but all in al it was an awesome weekend. Everyone seemed to love the accommodation and enjoy the meals and studies. I have to say staring at the bible school "official" picture I feel proud of myself for daring to dream. I'm not proud of myself for the way it ...
... the first find and was
pre-fabricated in England and shipped over. Some of the buildings
were a pub fitted out and playing “Roll out the barrel”, a garage
with the first car and a Jewish Hearse, a pawnbrokers, a bowling
alley, milliners complete with a pair of handmade knickers with a
sign saying any size available. In all a very interesting tour which
only took us 3 hours to get ...
Driving onto the town of Kimberley. We spotted lots of Vervet monkeys scrounging by the
roadside. The countryside is very open with no trees and lots of flat topped hills in the distance. We also spotted another English Boer war Blockhouse. Eventually we arrived at the Big Hole campsite and settled down for the ...
... very comfortable and atmospheric, especially after a plus 500 km day. Dad and I had agreed that on our journey up to Victoria Falls, we would forgo the camping (so we could make quicker progress) and utilise guesthouse and B&B accommodation. This would hopefully ensure we arrived in Zambia quickly and could start the camping odyssey from there. Die Pophuis Hoekie was a charming traditional settlers cottage in the old part of town. This was a far cry ...