Misty Hills Country Hotel
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... to hear their stories and to see how these
entrepreneurs are making a real difference in their lives, the lives of their
families and the community as a whole. Their pitches we professional and
polished, you could tell that each had worked diligently getting them honed for
prime time and really knew their businesses. Around 10:30 the fast paced “A
Minute to Spin It” was done and we took a break for tea and some amazing
cupcakes provided by one ...
... Barbara's parents still live. Their flight was not until the following morning, whereas we had booked a two-day safari trip, which was also departing in the morning. We booked a lodge close to the airport and it proved the perfect respite from the long plane trip. We were pleasantly surprised when we walked outside of the airport, as the sun was setting and it was ...
... my neglected blog and savour our final night in South Africa. Opting for a home-cooked meal of locally-caught Klingfish and salad, washed down with a local, sustainably produced Sauvignon Blanc, we were happy with our decision to purchase a few provisions earlier in the day. There comes a point when restaurant meals lose their novelty! I'm pretty sure whatever kilos I lost walking and cycling in Madagascar have found their way back over the last week or ...
... at Kedar Country Lodge were somewhat subdued, and in fact almost non-existent. After our day of excitement and despite a G and T to spur us on, we failed dismally in seeing in the New Year! The next day, we extended our exploration of the park and, in doing so, added white rhino, elephants and, finally, lions to our twitch list. Rhinos are amazing creatures - it's hard to believe that something so threatening looking is a herbivore. Almost seems like a ...
... on the walls, the sidewalks, it seemed everywhere. Although it was early and cold, there were some street vendors selling knickknacks, souvenirs and other wares. One, had made these great "sculptures" which were made or recycled paper. Very nice, decorative, and good for the earth too!!
A short dive away, we stopped at the Hector Pieterson museum. Hector was the young boy killed in June 1976 ...