Garden Court East London
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... I sitting up in bed looking at our itinerary on my laptop.
The seas had picked up a bit and it was cold and uninviting outside so breakfast in bed !!
Once showered and dressed, we packed a little more - there is still more to do but I feel like I’ve broken the back of it. Lots of paperwork tossed out which will help lighten the load too !
We then mooched about until ...
... on the reserve where two resident hippo inhabited the dam. We threw them bread as they opened their mouths, though the majority ended up as food for the ducks. We also saw terrapins in the dam which rounded out a long day of animal spotting. To end yet another amazing day, we all found out that we had passed final exams. We're all going to Camden! Derek and Liz bought us all Amarula, a South African liqueur similar to Baileys to ...
... the perfect place to conclude my trip.
Due to previous bookings I was to spend one night at a neighbouring farm called Hope.
An intimate, pretty dwelling, home of Belinda, who owns and runs the farm, specializing in courses on sustainable farming and permaculture.
The following day she was hosting a group of school children, there to celebrate World Aids Day. I was invited to join in.
I have never stopped to wonder what happens on World Aids Day. ...
... we went into we were met with smiling faces from both the students and teachers, thanking us for bring food and coming to help, one class even had a student stand up and thank us on behalf of the class which was very sweet. Another teacher was excited that we had chosen oranges for the vitamin C benefits and said maybe the children will be able to see the blackboard now with all the vitamin C :) another teacher said he would test the children after they ...
... I grabbed the ring and told Alice I was going for a dip in our private plunge pool. She said I was an ‘eejit’ for swimming in the rain. I invited her outside to look, and then ‘found’ a shiny thing at the bottom of the pool (the ring for those not up to speed) and proposed from the pool. She said yes (thankfully!!), and gave me a hug before telling me to do it again, and properly this time! We cracked the bubbly, and had a fantastic evening at the lodge. ...