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Staff were really accomodating giving us the discount we wanted. Really comfortable room, a great place to relax. Thanks to all the staff
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Had a great time this am. We followed three young lion as they stalked prey. We trailed behind them as they approached a herd of about ten giraffes but the giraffe with, their high vantage points, the herd was aware of the pride. At times a lion would break into a sprint only to pull up when the giraffe, with its long legs would turn and flee. I was torn. I wanted to see a take ...
... if she was considered a threat. Our task is to conceal a large double length cage with branches and shrubs, place a nice long tasty antelope leg inside and hope she literally takes the bait. But this is one clever hyena, the last attempt to catch her with similar tactics had simply proved an easy meal for her, she had managed to take the meat without being caught! A different style cage would hopefully do the trick and once in place, all we can do is wait. A week later ...
... leg. We got to Dubai at 2.20am their time and boarded our next flight about two hours later but then spent at least 2 hours sitting on the runway awaiting takeoff because of heavy mist/fog. Hence we arrived +-2 hours late this side. Whereas the flight from Heathrow to Dubai was less than half full in a bigger plane, the Dubai-Jhb leg was in a smaller plane that was jam-packed. It was daylight by the time we eventually took off ...
from Edinburgh Castle, accompanied by music concert performed by the Scottish
Chamber Orchestra – INCREDIBLE!
Monday we were driven around the old and new city of
Edinburgh, and a tour of Edinburgh Castle. We chose to make our own way back
to the hotel and we walked down the quaint Royal Mile. Beautiful view and
lovely old buildings. After lunch, we headed out for our tour of the Royal
Yacht Brittania, which was ...
... playing on the staff team for Stenden University (the uni in Port Alfred) who organised the tournament for rhino poaching awareness. Jaques lectures there, and he is probably one of the coolest teachers in the world.
We rushed back home, very sweaty. Showered (we were staying at a very lovely flat kindly lent to us for the night) and went out to Stenden student bar to catch the end of the rugby and have a jolly old ...
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Grahamstown, Eastern Cape 6170, Grahamstown | 5 star hotelfrom $467