Protea Hotel Kimberley
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... nice restaurants. So, we decided to return at dinner time, get some takeout and enjoy our wine in the room thus saving lotsa $. Tomorrow the tour begins and we start taking our malaria pills. PS We DID eat at the mall AND had wine as well. Carol had Nicois salad; I had smoked salon salad. WONDERFUL dinner and, only less than $20 each including ...
Today began as yesterday. Elsa and Leon brought coffee, juice and snack to the room before Leon left for work. I spent an hour trying to catch up with the blog. If I let it go for a day, it will probably just fade into the woodwork. After breakfast we drove about 10 miles to the Tarentaalrand Animal Farm. This place consists of an area which contained a variety of animals like monkeys and ...
... into many different types of businesses complete with authentic antiques. The whole experience took about four hours. After returning home and resting (naps) Leon came home from work and around 4pm we started out on our evening activities. We drove out of town a couple of miles to Kamfers Dam where we saw thousands of Flamingos. We tried to capture an image with the telephoto lens we got for the iPhone and got some pictures which I am going to try to enhance once we return ...
Great nights sleep. We got up and had some breakfast bars and coffee in the room. Didn't know what to expect at the Johannesburg airport. We were pleasantly surprised to find a Wimpy's where we had some eggs, juice and more coffee. The flight from Johannesburg to Kimberly was scheduled for an hour but it arrived 20 minutes early. We were met by Elsa and went ...
... and 9 other industrial raw water users. Vaalharts Water Scheme is in operation for 75 years this year. Huge farms in the Jan Kempsdorp and harts water area ,still looking good and very impressive. 40 km from Mahikeng ( new name for Mafikeng ) and the signs that say "Dis mos mielies " aren't kidding.,maize fields as far as the eye can see! Libertas Guest House is really nice and we were warmly welcomed by Doreen ...