Protea Hotel Willow Lake
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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OK, so the cricket is over, apparently South Africa offered England the draw 10 minutes before the tea interval.
So the tour is coming to a close, highlights would be the company for one, again a good crowd, good weather and good food. Some spectacular sights, memorable evenings, some evenings which I struggle to remember!! Only a couple, wine was involved.
We had a braii on days 3 & 4, we saw James Vince score 150, got chatting with 'Woody' the tea total, ...
... rest. This actually made it also a very sad place to be. Outside they
had the Womans Monument and in addition they had some art work based
on this theme. This included a metre high ball of barbed wire with a
huge pair of knitting needles stuck through. On leaving here we went
to a campsite recommended by the tourist office, only to find they
had stopped camping 5 years before. In the end we slept in a garage
... manufacturing, durability and the performance of the helmet in a crash situation. Integrating aerodynamic lines to maximise speed, multi-faring to reduce the drag coefficient and enlarged vertical window for vision when you are in tuck. Combine this with the innovative ventilation design to increase breathability and comfort the NORK.ONE is a world class downhill skating ...
... at Middleburg and Roland took over driving duties.
Lunch stop with coffee and tea, rolls with cheese and sausage, biscuits and chocolate. Wine gums for dessert - we know how to live the high life!
Scenery now changed from the flat expanses of the Free State to the mountains of the Eastern Cape. Next road was N10.
... followed by a a visit to The Big Hole. This is an enormous area comprised of the individual workings by the prospectors during the gold rush of the 1880s. The size of the hole is breathtaking - 1.6 km around the rim, 215 metres deep and yielded over 14 million carats of diamonds.
Old buildings from small mining towns, including Kimberley, have been moved to this site creating a reconstruction of a typical mining town. Buildings ...