Protea Hotel Kimberley
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... be worth taking it on and I'm so glad I did. It was so special having quality time with everyone. I loved getting to work with fellow "igniters" as always. We always seem to achieve greatness when we work together. But now it's done. A blur or fun, laughter, praise, singing, eating, prayer, rain, swimming, studying, zulu, card games, talking, looming, more rain, sand, chocolate, photos and more eating! All bundled into one weekend, and what an awesome weekend it ...
... the first find and was
pre-fabricated in England and shipped over. Some of the buildings
were a pub fitted out and playing “Roll out the barrel”, a garage
with the first car and a Jewish Hearse, a pawnbrokers, a bowling
alley, milliners complete with a pair of handmade knickers with a
sign saying any size available. In all a very interesting tour which
only took us 3 hours to get ...
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 ...
... in my opinion, rather ugly Kimberly our eyes feasted on the very special and mind blowing sight of the thousands and thousands of Lesser Flamingos at Kamfers Dam....WOW!! It is the only successful breeding sight left in South Africa and one of only four in Africa. Truely fantastic and has made our day. Vaalharts is the largest Irrigation Scheme in South Africa. The scheme borders on the Northern Cape and North-West ...
... some extras, plus offered to give us a tour of the Vaal River prospecting mining sites that were still in use around the village of Barkly West. He was one of those rare people who are genuinely interested in what we were doing. After we had unpacked, we jumped in his new huge Land Rover and off we went down to the edge of the River Vaal. Paul just drove his vehicle over everything, sand, boulders etc etc. He were able to get a great idea of what was ...