Shangri-La Country Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... itself was the easiest part: doing as I always do when swimming, walking in and head straight under before walking out. It really was incredibly simple and the warm shower after made it very pleasant.
As the camp is Bush School, there is still classes during the day, to ensure the boys stay up to scratch with work. The classes here are very interesting with more 'outdoorsy' and 'bushy' ways of learning. Lessons include writing poetry under trees in the bush or writing ...
... t go all the way to the roof), one of the sugar packets had been scattered by a mouse, Ricoffy was the brew on offer and there were small stink bugs all over the place. We made the best of it, and enjoyed a sun downer with Mac and Ronnie outside under the trees and then had a nice supper in the makeshift restaurant ( the big entertainment area had burnt down).Thankfully there was very hot water and we ended up having a good nights ...
... the instructions and it was *Ronnie, Mac' s wife who finally did and guided them correctly. The final hurdle before getting to camp was a water crossing. *The first one complete with a few hippos turned out to be a non entity thanks to the fact that I had an ominous feeling of déjàvu and suddenly noticed the insignificant in size but nevertheless important road around the hippo pool. * Three examples in a day guys that perhaps it would be a good side a to listen to ...
The day started with the excitement that Shaneka ( my niece) started school today. She is attending an Afrikaans school and will start grade K, which is like Kindy. Off she goes in casual clothes, school bag and no shoes. Where are her shoes? No shoes required for school. As we drive down the road past other school kids and other schools I notice that this is the case. Not many kids wear shoes. Very hot day today, instead of driving to the Union Building ...
This morning we had a little bit of a sleep-in. After a quick coffee and biscuits we set off for a drive. We drove straight to the hides on the other side of the reserve. So we drove out of the gate and then entered again on the other side. Today started off as an overcast day. From the hides here we saw a large herd of Roan and a couple Common Reedbucks. Paul also identified quite a few birds that we did not see yesterday. We then ...