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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Makaranga Kloof
Travel Blogs from Kloof
... about 15 of us, again totally out of my comfort zone as I soon learnt that Barry picks you out and says ‘what do you think about that’! Surprisingly the questions I was asked I knew and I managed to make a comment :) The class finished around 7 and we had supper with the Zulu people. The volunteers went back to Barry and Wendeth’s house for dinner, Wendeth made a delicious pasta bake and salad, it was so good to have a ...
... one guy called out my name in the perfect Arabic way of saying my name, so I looked at him and he said, “has anyone told you that you have incredible legs? I am a guy and I wish I had your quads”. Boy! that hit me like a rocket and I took off and didn’t slow down for a while. When there were about 5 kms to go, I was slowing down again. We were on the highway at that point and the 2 guys came back up next to me. It was refreshing to see them after ...
I can already see the next month becoming a blur, the year is rapidly coming to an end and along with the usual day to day projects we do, there's the "end of year" things, like anywhere, mind you I don't miss my normal life of just arriving to these things and not having to actually organise and run them all :)
So today was the Margate Crèche Outing. I had big dreams for the last coupe of days. I had asked Rick and Sonya to come down ...
The last couple of weeks have probably been my toughest weeks yet. A mixture of the "unknown" leading to a lot of frustration. I understand there's a process, I didn't really take part in the "process" when we first applied, in hindsight I'm grateful that others helped us out and took charge of a lot of it, we just got the approval message and that was it, we were going to Africa! The process to stay a second year has not been so smooth. It frustrates me, from where ...
... side!! Ooops!! Once we were directed to our female side we were given our plates of food and ate like the locals with our hands. The white corn meal didn’t taste of much but was obviously the filling part of the meal and was good to soak up the juices from the veg dishes. They were delicious although still very hot and I burnt my fingers trying to eat!! Clearly I’m not quite a local yet! We enjoyed our meal but felt really bad that we ...