Road Lodge Durban
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... scattered all over the roads and the surrounding lawns, paths and garden beds that immediately set this place apart. It immediately reminded me of the many the stunning roads and sights I had seen while driving around English country sides and Scotland. It was truly breath-taking.
The little accommodation cottages were quaint and appeared stuck in a past gone era. The whole area was tranquil with little paths going here, there and everywhere with ...
... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">1. An ace of spades found in your drink after 36 hours of travel is not amusing.
2. When getting out of a small rowing boat at the side of the lake make sure you know how deep it is or you may end up in the lake.
... and since there were more hills, the walking was increasing. I was pushing Fred to walk faster. I really couldn’t tell if I was ******* him off , one time he gave me such a dirty look which almost looked like he was telling me to F*** off. I kept saying the hills are over faster if we cross it faster, but he didn’t seem to reciprocate my humour. I tried to make him feel better but asking him to hold my hand, but nothing I did seemed to cheer him up. I ...
... line-height: normal;">The day was windy, cool, and eventually wet so we stayed indoors the rest of the day. The lodge put on a braii (barbecue) so we had a nice feast for our last night there.
Drove north the next day for about 8 hours to get to the Cederberg region where we'd be camping for the next three nights.
... the village buildings. The buildings are a mix of square modern looking buildings and traditional round mud huts. Men can have more than one wife if their first wife agrees and usually the elders live in the most modern house with other family members spread out in the huts that surround it. Each wife would have a different hut. It was getting very hot as we reached the buildings we would be introduced to. Chickens and cows roamed about and we learnt that ...