Protea Hotel Umhlanga Ridge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... didn’t want to wait and leant over me from the backseat and tooted the horn!! What the?! I felt embarrassed and said ‘its ok Monty, they know we are here and we can wait’. We did 1 on 1 OT with the kids today and gave them half hour each, I loved this and am thinking its time for a career change! I did muscle strengthening with dumb bells, taught them to sit on the chair properly, shapes, alphabet and more. We were starving by the ...
Leading up to my due date Cath had mentioned she wanted to Skype. With everything going the way pregnancy had gone I assumed I would go early so when Cath asked to Skype on Sunday the 15th June (the day before my due date) I thought I'd be introducing her to her new nephew. I also figured this, because Cath doesn't Skype, she just doesn't like it and refuses to do it so it's not how we stay in contact, so considering she WANTED to Skype I found it surprisingly so figured I ...
... a definite no no, so was enjoyably to get out and walk to a restaurant. There is a very Dutch influence in the area and all the winery's show that architecture style. Tomorrow we move to Cape Town and out for dinner with friends we met a year age on a trip to South America. Should be ...
... anything about the animals either. Oh well---we do get to drive all over the reserve and see pretty much everything we came to see. Tala does not have predators, so the animals are fairly calm, but still wary. We are able to get very close to a number of animals without them running away. They just turn around and show us their butts. Reminds me of the Far Side cartoon where the cows are up on their hind legs, leaning on the fence, ...
... other backpackers (a Brummy, a Georgie and an American vegan hippy), I spent the next day visiting the aerial boardwalk at Dlinza forest and the Zululand history museum.
The boardwalk was really cool - taking you high up through the forest for 100m and then up to a viewing platform where you could see over the forest canopy.
And the museum also turned out to be well worth the visit. It was a collection of little museums really, with the first one in a little ...