Primi Seacastle Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... know it or not they aren’t what’s best for you. My New Year’s resolution to myself is to try and avoid those things reoccurring! Living life to the full, experiencing something new (ideally) daily and not being afraid to going outside any comfort zones that were in my life!
Right I’m blabbing again so that’s all for now. How exciting that my next blog post will be from Jamaica! YAY.
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Back beside "the smoke that thunders" after a couple of days game viewing at Hwange NP....H is one of Africa's largest NPs but, sadly, has suffered from poaching (esp the rhino) in recent times. With the Zimbabwe economy in a parlous state the incentives are hard to ignore (they say that rhino is more valuable than gold or platinum or cocaine!)......but still there are plenty of beasts to see & many ...
... central tarmac road as briskly as we could, and as soon as we got a view across to the Hapoor Dam waterhole where we'd been yesterday, we couldn't believe our eyes. First we noticed all the tourists' cars, but then we saw they were looking at a herd of well over 100 elephants. We hurried down as fast as we dared in a 40km speed limit area with critically endangered animals crawling across the road. It was a sight I will never forget. The elephants were all milling around the ...
... us that we were not drifting, still moving albeit slower than usual but still on course, and that the problem was not
serious and should soon be fixed. Someone told us that this had happened on a previous cruise and that he had been trapped in a lift as a consequence. (None of this was in the brochure!). Reassuringly the ship was soon battling along through the mist at the usual 17 knots.
Nick the nipped off to the ...
... the b ain't one... Couldn't resist. But seriously, they have 99 beers. And in there we watched the Scotland v South Africa rugby game...when in Rome... However, this is also a saying in South Africa... When in South Africa, eat Mexican. Well that might not be a saying but that is what we did. It was cheap it tasted really good! Nice way to top off a really good day. Deano & Webby - looking at property prices and jobs in Cape Town. ...