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TravelPod Member ReviewsKimberley Club
Really comfortable old establishment ,most enjoyable stopover.
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After a very pleasant interlude at the Kimberly Club and luxuriating in 2 bubble baths, ( amazing how one suddenly realizes how privileged one is when what is usually an everyday occurrence becomes a luxury!) Lovely old establishment with so much history and wonderful photos and memorabilia on display, well worth a stopover.Got up early ( no **** …
... who went flying past us and we were doing the limit of 120kmph. The weather down at Kleinsbaai was perfect, sun was out and it was warm. The shark diving company we were going with said we would be the last of the day because they werent cancelling the one after ours due to bad weather coming in. We saw the shark ladies boat, liar that she is! She said they werent going out on the boat due to weather. She must of over ...
... did a study on Jonah and his prayer. We followed this with the memorial meeting and the breaking of bread. Due to the early start we had time before lunch for free time and thanks to the weather it resulted in a group swim. I may have possible counted as many as 20 bodies in the pool and many more lounging around it. The loved it so much that even an invite to head back to the beach was turned down but Yvette Emma and myself still decided to stretch our legs ...
... as well as a display of
real diamonds. Also included was a replica of the first diamond found
there next to the Cullinan, the largest cut diamond as found in the
Queens crown. Around the museum they had moved and re erected lots of
original buildings to make Old Town. The buildings all had period
furniture and fittings or equipment to suit. It includes the oldest
house in Kimberly which ...
Driving onto the town of Kimberley. We spotted lots of Vervet monkeys scrounging by the
roadside. The countryside is very open with no trees and lots of flat topped hills in the distance. We also spotted another English Boer war Blockhouse. Eventually we arrived at the Big Hole campsite and settled down for the ...