Protea Hotel Clarens
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fallen in and everyone had enjoyed the rafting experience, the first time for all.
Back to Clarens to dry off and get changed. Ate a light lunch and then spent an hour or so exploring the shops and galleries of Clarens. Set amongst the mountains Clarens is a lovely small town and we think we will return for a longer stay.
Next stop was Bloemfontein, a three hour drive away. We checked in and went to Loch Logan waterfront for dinner.
... using local ingredients, artisanal products and of course, consideration to taste and presentation. We had the most heavenly lunch in La Petite Ferme Winery. Our table was outside on the deck overlooking a vast expanse of grass with pathways to the acres of vines. We had yellowtail served on mashed potatoes and artichoke with roasted beets topped and topped with a light hollandaise and squid in a spicy lime sauce served on a bed of gently sautéed ...
... December 2013, Saturday
Were pretty tired from the drive and walk yesterday so slept
George had his omelet again and I decided to try the fresh fruit,
natural yogurt and muesli; it was exactly as listed – yum, my kind of
breakfast. Oh, it also came with a chocolate muffin that I wrapped up for a
small snack later in the day.
Weather reports said it was going to be ...
... as I looked around at what we had achieved in a few hours, what the willing spirit and hard work of those around us, by coming together, united with the same goal, just exactly what we could achieve. It was simple. It was this, this playground, this upgrade, something seemingly so simple for us and yet means so much for someone else, my only wish now is that I would see the looks on the crèche kids faces when they arrive back after school holidays. Now that would be a moment to ...
When we eventually got to the carcasses we found that one had already been moved by a metre or so. Creepy. Suddenly the torches were not powerful enough, and every noise was terrifying. Every tiny noise is amplified, and you get this eery feeling of being watched... horrific.
The camera trap was up quickly and we walked pretty quickly back to the car. Just after we had turned it around and were on our way down the road, Stuart saw the leopard fleetingly, ...