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... did a study on Jonah and his prayer. We followed this with the memorial meeting and the breaking of bread. Due to the early start we had time before lunch for free time and thanks to the weather it resulted in a group swim. I may have possible counted as many as 20 bodies in the pool and many more lounging around it. The loved it so much that even an invite to head back to the beach was turned down but Yvette Emma and myself still decided to stretch our legs ...
... off watching a
film about the mine and town and then went to see the hole itself.
The viewing platform had a roughly 20ft square hole cut in the centre
which was the size of 1 claim. Initially miners could only hold a
maximum of 3 claims, until Cecil Rhodes got the rules changed. From
here we went to the original head shaft for the mine, this has been
slightly adapted and we enter a new ...
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 ...
... whilst this vehicle of mine is on the road. Absolutely amazing how it uses diesel. Averaging around 23 lit per 100km. Leaving Mafeking shortl en route to Francistown for the night. One needs to look at the real positives in this great country of ours. We visited a good ex Knysna friend, Colleen Milne, who works as a teacher at the international school here. What an eye opener. Built years ago by Lucas Mangope. Makes ...
... 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 ...