Sandford Park Country Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was so bad. Then I stayed up and played wizard with Jade and Doong. Today we went to dragon peaks. We went to church there. They had a band playing songs for us to sing to which was great but the sermon wasn't so good. The pastor was a bit all over the place and went on to long. After church we went for a picnic. It was so nice. We sat near some pine trees in the sun. We got attacked by ladybirds. There were loads of them landing on us. Then ...
... and Gav went for lunch by the pool. After lunch it was Off-road Scooter time, what a blast this was Gav’s favourite. Jakey was a little scared at one stage when another girl on the tour went End-O, I told him daddy won’t fall off, only uncle Dazza does that!!
Well that’s us signing off from Drakensberg, we’ll be heading to Durban tomorrow.
Love to ...
... talked about it. Then at the end we all had to stand in a circle and hold hands and pray. I found that a bit weird. But all the guys there were pretty nice.
Then I went to a place called Ardmore guest farm. Sofi knows the people who own and run it and is good friends with them. Miya and Doong are also friends with their kids. We just went and socialized and had some food. met some nice people again.
Sunday consisted of going to church and helping ...
... so the slot for advice had long passed. Matt missed out on his day hiking. How sad. The evening was relatively uneventful. We chatted to the owners, packed our bags which took a very long time trying to find space for all of our accumulated souvenirs, we also were joined by a power cut which lasted a couple of hours. South African luck! Oh, and later we heard there had been a tornado in a nearby village! No wonder it was so ...
... to offer and less inclined to keep up with the group - I named him Plod.
Afterwards we went for another more popular walk to a nearby waterfall. A passerby said "Ah you're British - I'd recognise those pale, pasty arms anywhere" - so much for Clare's base layer. The waterfall was lovely and nice and shady after our walks in the heat (it's been 27 degrees the last few days I think).
So we've ...