The Palace of the Lost City
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... was really amazing to see such big animals so close'. Jake, Sam, Dan and Tom went for an extra run after a day at the valley of the waves. Brad, Ferdinand, Mr Paxton and Mr Bowden took on the Gary Player golf course and despite the earlier scouting walk struggled through the narrow course, well Mr Bowden anyway. The course was picturesque with warthogs and impala roaming free around the greens. Jodie, Alec, Jon, Toby and Moritz spent the afternoon ...
The group had a relaxed morning and packed their bags as we left the HPC for sun city. Before we left Mr Paxton and Mr Bowden went to get a trolley full of food as a basis for the self catering at Sun city. The boys were sad to leave the HPC with Tom Cowan saying 'we were very lucky to have the chance to train and relax at this facility'. A two hour journey through ...
... least 150 tickets, when my whole total score was added up, I made a whopping 203 tickets the most I ever got. With these tickets I bought two packets of Nerds (one I gave to Fin) and even helped Finlay to get a chicken which you stick to the windscreen. We then went to our next Destination and Accommodation, Gatz Guesthouse. It looks very nice, although they had some extraordinarily huge insects. There pool was very nice. Today was a very fun ...
... Paul, Brian & Gai went Italian. Beautiful drive through the mountains to George & on to Knysna this morning. We're staying in the Laguna Grove waterfront apartments. Have a 3 bedroom apartment each. Very nice, but a little tired, on the harbour. Drove out the Heads, ( eastern side). Beautiful views over the harbour & Indian Ocean. Squidrillionaire's row. The weather has unfortunately packed up & is drizzly & misty. Hope for better tomorrow, ...
... in Jo'burg and it was a really lovely place with quaint little shops and nice al fresco restaurants and chic little bars and clubs. The bar in which Alphonse's band was playing was very cool and very multicultural. Liz and I had a seat and downed a few Windhoeks whilst listening to the very enthralling sounds of Alphonse's Refugee All-Stars Band. Every member of the band is a refugee and their music truly plays on the heart strings by echoing stories of the harsh journey many ...