Everglades Hotel And Conference Centre
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... walked in and they started grazing in the same area. Regan raced through to get Di's camera and all three of us raced outside and went crazy with the camera. I was surprised by the different colours in their hides much more browns and caramels than I expected. After the zebras had had enough of their photo shoot and wandered off we decided to do the walk up Big Mbano before breakfast. We drove to the look out point which looks down to the Arthur's Fall ...
... and a half animal half person. Thandeka showed us how the Zulu’s speak with lots of clicking and funny sounds from her voice. “
Edie “ I was first in the line as we walked back to the camp. Jamie and Fynn went down to the stream and drank the water; they said it was normal water so I went down to drink it as well. It was normal water. The boys put water in their hats because they were really hot and I did it too. ...
This weekend I proved something of monumental, life-changing importance. There are those who believe that when learning needs to take place, the universe will keep chucking you the same lesson over and over again until you start to listen. This can lead to a tremendous build-up of emotional scar tissue as you beat your head against the proverbial wall, unable to grasp the concept at hand. It really depends on how stubborn you are and how right you think you are. ...
32 hour journey to Durban.....Christmas week - hectic with shopping and nail appointments and girlie spa evenings etc. and then 12 for a Christmas BBQ
Up to Woodridge - the wedding venue - Hen night (14 of us)- very successful with my silly games and good food and company....now know why it got its name....on returning from the loo sounded like the clucking of hens (and most people only knew 1 or 2 ...
... have been staying at the Khazimula children's shelter located close to a small village called Ligetton in the province of Kwazulu-Natal.
Khazimula is supporting children in difficulties. Some of them are orphaned, some others still have their father or mother or relatives who could take care of them but unfortunately do not cope with their responsibilities very well.
At the moment 15 kids between the age of 6 and ...