Protea Hotel Marine
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... into sweaty misery, every ounce of group-combined energy spent. 'It even has a nipple on top,' I mumbled, defending my observation.
Nipple shaped mountains, guitar shaped clouds and a few suicidal guinea fowl (hands down the Worlds stupidest birds) made the first day of our journey the ultimate safari failure.
By 6pm we had clocked 700kms.
Also by 6pm Mama Africa was ...
... It was so so hot. We cut trees for about an hour and then went on a mini game drive again because we needed to cool down. We saw the Rhino again. Lunch happened. And there's no activities in the afternoon so all the group had a mass game of football. It was actually really fun. I did have an asthma attack which was tres embarrassing but after a very scary walk to the hostel i had my inhaler and was back making my ...
... private room free. After seeing so few people so far in SA we figured that a full hostel would be a good choice and we might find some people who would have some ideas for our now free two weeks. We turned up at the hostel to be greeted by the very friendly staff member Freddie and then discovered that the reason they were full was because they had a South African school group staying. Typical!! Oh well, the kids were excited to see some white faces and ...
... Father Jerry got an ear full from the Ranger back at the lodge. We were way off track and she warned him not to do this hike because the signs were washed away. Oops. Long story short, it took the Ranger an hour to get to us. We strategized like no other, sending some drivers in the first truckload down along with a few teens who had to get back. Well it took another hour and a half before the Ranger got us all down the hill. Then we all sat ...
... truck leaks!!! We stopped for Lucy and had pasta in the truck, Vladia seems quieter now chris is here. Apparently south af men are the men and expect the women to just cook and clean and do all that....it's ok in ways but she seems quieter around him which is not good!!! So we get to Addo, and we know it will be nice facilities as it is a national park so is kept well! We have a bit of a game drive round the park tomorrow morning, so we got to our bit ...