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There seems to no longer be a backpackers here, so spent ages going round trying to negociate a good price for a room in one of the numerous empty hotels.
One savvy manager finally asked us what we wanted to pay (R300!) and agreed to half the room rate on account of being quiet and totally low season. Really happy as room proper lush hotel …
Apologies for the few weeks of silence. I've been cooped up in my room with various illnesses and didn't think it'd make for a very good read. But I'm back to full health now and have got a busy few weeks lined up. We spent or weekend in Kenton on sea next to a 'blue flag beach' which was just idyllic then went on to pick up a 4th member of the team, callum, who's come ...
... and did rather a good job! We passed the world’s oldest
standing stone bridge in Carrbridge, built in the 1700’s. Last stop of the day
was Culloden Battlefield and Lonach Cottage before arriving at the Royal
Highland Hotel in Inverness. It’s an old railway hotel built in the 1800’s,
with real old fashioned charm. The staircase on the ill-fated Titanic was
copied from the beautiful staircase in
the hotel. That ...
... like gooseberries, even though they just looked like leaves. Max and Spitz were particularly keen and picked extra for them to munch on the way home.
At dinner tonight I made such a massive mistake in trying to cook chips from scratch with my cooking partner Bear. I was heating the pan with oil and suddenly it caught alight because it was getting too hot, and I panicked. I tried to use a lid to put on top of the pan to ...
... later and I spotted them worshipping Simba on Pride Rock, so if you want to know what they look like it's a good place to start! Except they don't sing in real life. I wish though.
We got some gorgeous pictures of us on cliffs in Harvest Vale. It is one of the most brilliant views of the world I have ever had. You feel so small and insignificant and you are higher even than the birds. Later we will be chopping down trees to clear pathways - ...
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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Grahamstown, Eastern Cape 6170, Grahamstown | 5 star hotelfrom $1,068