Shangri-La Country Hotel
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... damaged, as he was planning to change them tomorrow before his Dad realized, lmao.
Sibaka Lodge was fun, but was a bit sly on the game as we really did not see much and only saw a Giraffe (Andrew did), Zebra, Kudu, Impala, Wildebeest and Crocodile. It was a lot of fun going on the quad bikes but was even a bit better when we did a short walk through the bush. It was awesome to just be in the quiet of nature without any distractions around, especially as we saw a huge Kudu ...
... about putting a boyfreind on the spot! Luckily Andrew recovered well by later explaining to Janet that it would never become old and was always appreciated to be adored so much :).
After a quiet late afternoon back at home we ended the evening with a sunset braai with Andrew's Dad's tenants which were very enjoyable company and had awesome food as usual!
The evening ended with boggle as ...
Andrew was not feeling to well and took a nap while Janet, Suzanne and Fred chatted outside which was perfected by elevenses with home made pastries while Fred watered the plants and Suzanne tried unsuccessfully to study.
At 1200 Andrew and Janet set off to Pretoria for his neurologist appointment while Suzanne kept Fred company and relaxed in the beautiful garden under the shade of the plentiful trees. She again tried to ...
... one day we topped it off with dinner at Janet's favorite restaurant, Ocean Basket! We had a few rounds of boggle before bed, with Linda (not Wimpie's Linda) and Suzanne clearly in a different playing field, and with much enthusiasm from Jean, Hanré, Adrienne and surprisingly Rudy too. Andrew took some convincing to join, but didn't do too badly.
The end of a perfect day with perfect ...
... and swimming. On way back home we first bought some icy drink that were being sold at the traffic lights. It's instant drive through! You can buy a variety of items like this. People sell things at the traffic lights, including the traditional window cleaning. I have seen umbrellas, food covers, toys, sunglasses, newspapers, belts, phone chargers, advertisement flyers for traditional doctors & property sales, mangos, grapes, christmas ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility