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... scarce at the moment, the place was packed with elephants. I kid you not, I was sitting on a sunbed, while only 20 metres away 20 elephants were gathered. Had I stood up and walked to the end of the raised, paved area I would have been only 5 metres (in fact while we watched, an elephant came and stood with his front knees against the brick. Another later in the night stepped up and had both front feet on the bricks). The night was both exciting but a little scary: we were all ...
... Station and then took a regional train out to Phomolong station from there. The train was...questionable, to say the least. The seats were a strange molded plastic bench that came forward at the top and cannot have been comfortable for anyone with a spine. When we got on, it was dark and dingy and looked very stabbing-friendly indeed. We spent what seemed like ages waiting to depart from the station, with assorted hawkers wandering through and offering ...
... walked back to hotel and had a night cap at hotel bar. Students were complementing uns on the trip thus far which made me and Dave very happy. Dave ended up going out with them to Monte Casino. I promised. I promised to go out in Cape Town. First, we are packing our suitcases and are heading by bus to Pilanesberg. A three day weekend without wifi. I am so looking forward to lions, giraffes, elephants and ...
... had only one self catering hotel in mind, yet still very expensive. We sat there in the car, no really knowing what to do until I phoned a lodge which looked reasonable on the internet, even if far from town. Since the 6 of us wanted to stay there for 9 days, they could not accommodate us!! The woman offered to think and look around for us and I gave her our cell number. So we continued sitting there, in the truck... Now what?? Roman was telling me that we should go to the ...
... heavier, with a brand new camera and lens for Namibia and Botswana.
Today we swapped our little Opel Corsa for a mighty big pick up truck with a hard top which we have now called "Bucket". We are currently in the process of deciding which route to take down to Cape Town having discoverd that the main motorway to Durban is closed, the Drakensberg Park and Lesotho are under 1 metre of snow!
Ah how plans can be overturned in a second..........
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility