Idwala Boutique Guest House
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... so gut es ging (mittlerweile stieg die Aussentemperatur auf über 30 Grad). Zum guten Glück hielt eine Frau an, um uns zu helfen und wir fuhren gemeinsam ins nächste Dörfchen Graskop. An der ersten Tankstelle haben wir das Kühlwasser aufgefüllt, in der Meinung, dass es das Problem war.. Doch nach einer kurzen Probefahrt, überhitze der Motor wieder...! Nun hatten wir den Europcar Pannenservice kontaktiert, dieser ...
... though there is less fencing and thus more opportunities for 'wild camping’… and 92% of the land is publically owned so no stroppy owners to complain.
SO, to cope with the thousands of campers, across SA and other African countries, in virtually all towns are commercial campsites providing a power supply, hot showers and toilets (the better ones actually providing toilet paper… though single ply only!). Cost about 10-15 pounds/night. In ...
... because the food was served on dirty tin plates that had rusted over and caused the rust mixed in with the food. The black men were fed energy drinks so they could work harder in the fields doing manual labor. The prison had a flogging frame on display that was used for punishment. Black men got in trouble for simple things like looking in the wrong direction. The amazing part is that the prison was open until 1983. The tour took ...
... so it isn’t a big deal.
Later that day – our tour brochure said that the tour leader would contact us to arrange an orientation meeting and dinner that evening. So, we stayed in the room and by around 6 pm, having heard nothing, went to the front desk to track down the tour leader. I got his room number (nice to know we had the right hotel!) and phoned him. No answer. Turned out our phone wasn’t working, so we got a new ...
It's good to be back. Had a relaxing day settling down and lovely dinner with Richard's dad. A drink out later but not for long. Tomorrow we'll go visit Pretoria. Football fever has hit South Africa in full force and it's really nice to be part of it. Bring on the World Cup!!
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