Sandford Park Country Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on the seat infront. We went shopping. I bought a few presents for people. It is strange being in the minority all the time but you sort of get used to it. Once we got back we made biscuits at julias and then went to Sofis. We played wizard. Sunday involved making loads of food for a bring and share. We hosted and had people round. Was lovely to see everyone. The food was great. The weather was just soo hot. This week is a mix of things going on as ...
... this week and the Kids took over the church service. They all got up and stood at the front. We sang songs and some children read out some lines and then the YWAM people did a play. The projector with the songs on didn't work properly so it meant someone played their guitar instead for the kids to sings and dance along to and it worked so much better. It sounded great and most of the adults joined in with singing and dancing. The church was rocking. Then it was a braii ...
... 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 ...
... are 8" long here) Interesting facts from Marius... Pretty well all of the powerful people in SA including president Zuma consult songoma's (witch doctors) on a regular basis for advice. It's no wonder there is so much corruption and evil in this country. The tourist trade grows by 6% every year. Last year, approx 10 Million tourists came to South Africa. Auto body shops are called "Pannelbeaters" If you want to buy tires for your car, you go to a tyre ...
... to arrive in time for breakfast. A golden glow of sunrise outlined the craggy peaks, and we went for a short walk into the valley, past a swiftly flowing river that tumbled over rocks. Breakfast was local trout and scrambled eggs. Birthday present time followed, and then finally a big sleep for all! We've now woken up ready to cook a braai ...