Protea Hotel Willow Lake
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the two where I had memory loss, end of tour party, too much drink and a thick head the next day. As I remember we went back to the hotel after the game, dropped bags off and headed for Die Keller, which has become our local. No food but lots to drink, we then moved onto another bar and I have just found out it was tequilas and jäger bombs, you can imagine ��
This morning Badger and Drakey went to the golf course, there is a qualifying event for the Sunshine ...
Heading for the town of Bloemfontein to visit a national museum unfortunately
we could not get anywhere to park as it is in the middle of the town. We then
headed for the Boer War museum and managed to just get around before
it closed. It was extremely interesting and went into a lot of
detail about the Concentration camps, which were first introduced by
the British so that the men would have no one to go back to for ...
Downhill skating is an extreme sport that requires specialised equipment that will ensure good performance and guarantee you are safe while you push the limits of your sport. Good quality head protection is essential and can save you from serious injury.When choosing your gear check the safety rating, there are international safety ratings for helmets and these tests ensure ...
Early start as had long drive from Bloemfontein to Addo today. After filling up with petrol we took the N1 southwest towards Colesburg.
Stopped for a drink and break at Colesburg then onwards via N9. Long empty roads with numerous roadworks and contra flows. We feel all the roads in South Africa are being repaired at the same time!
... flat with large farms. We passed large expanses of grassland interspersed with fields of sunflowers or maize or aloes. As usual there were also long lengths of roadworks and contra flows!
Arriving at the The Big Hole Diamond Museum we watched an audiovisual presentation recalling the history of diamond mining in the Kimberley area. This was a dramatised documentary and very informative. A tour of the museum and mockup of an underground ...