Far Hills Country Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
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... day off to rest and get ready. A disappointing and embarrassing start to the competition but the opportunity to ramp up my game lies ahead in the Free and Unknown. Check here for the Known results: http://www.civa-results.com/2014/YAK52_ 2014/single_R001s01.htm In other news ....Jacques had a full day of tough luck. He flew first thing and during his practice figures something flew by so he stopped the flight for safety and landed. After he ...
... went to Brian's Grill. Dad, Dale, Vicky and Tanisha tried Snails. Whilst we were there a school camp arrived from Cape Town, so we started talking to the teachers and students. Tanisha ended up showing them some gymnastics, the students were very impressed. Time to go home to Bed, Dad, Dale and Vicky lit the fire and all us kids went to ...
... be smoking a joint (later realized it was a rolled cigarette) and was nursing a beer. The only proper thing to do was to grab a beer, go with the flow and hang out with his hippie friends. He actually wound up being a really nice guy and the craziest thing about him was that he hadn't worn shoes in 7 years.I was the only person staying on the farm that night, so we decided it was best to head back into town to listen to some live music and so he ...
After breakfast we return to Johannesburg airport, flying to George in the Western Cape and at the heart of the gorgeous Garden Route. We take the short drive to the coastal town of Knysna and our hotel, the charming three-star superior Knysna Hollow Country Estate. The comfortable rooms are all whitewashed and thatched and many overlook the two swimming pools. There is an ...
... so much… his foot was pretty much hanging off the end of his leg – a huge gash in his ankle so deep you could see the bones. Thank goodness we were at the end of the track, at least they could get a vehicle down to him pretty quickly without having to float him up the river and over the rapids – can you imagine?! He’s off in hospital now, but our thoughts are with him, the poor guy.
So, that’s that. I’m sat in the internet ...