Premier Hotel Regent
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... wildlife yet again, impala, nyala, eland, eagles, Hadida ibis, red hartebeest, waterbuck, warthog, little grebe, yellow billed duck, more weaver birds, European roller, water monitor, ostrich. We also stopped at a dam and had a swim. It was lovely in the water and was definitely a moment to stop and realise... We're in South Africa! After numerous breakdowns in the ...
... finally, with great import, they could plant the young vegetables and seedlings.
On a table, under the gorgeous jacaranda tree, a pile of apples was laid out on a pretty white cloth, again in the shape of the ribbon, as were the little beaded pins, made by the children next door.
A girl looked longingly at mine and softly asked could she please have it.
Just think about that.
It was the one instant that brought tears to my eyes.
Next on ...
... we left the children smiled and waved and those from the Grade R class chanted "look, in, here!!". Tracey couldn't believe the excite to we had created in the half day we'd been there, as I told her to prepare for how she would be welcomed the more often she came I was quietly jealous of this opportunity she had, right around the corner, a fresh little school, so welcoming of help and so desperately in need of it and as much as it made me miss my own brain gym ...
... our friends on the evening she arrived, and lots of meat and wine made it a true South African experience. We then spent the weekend in the sun, with a day trip to one of our favourite beaches at Morgan Bay. Sam got involved in a touch rugby tournament on the beach so everyone was happy! Unfortunately I had to go to work on the Sunday, but when I got home on Monday morning I was anticipating the arrival of our final visitors for the week- Hannah and Tom on the ...
... was too low for the deposit. Very luckily, there was an ABSA bank (terrible institution) in the airport, so I was able to see the manager there at 9pm and increase the limit sufficiently. Finally getting the car, I did about half of the journey (100km) to a town called Brits. It was industrial, and fairly desolate. i can't say i would especially recommend it, although the B&B was pretty nice. I completed the final 100km of the journey the next morning, passing lovely ...