Sandford Park Country Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... been the first South African in space as well as getting a number 1 hit with the clicking song etc. Amazingly we did not come last.
On Saturday we went for a horse ride which meant we could appreciate the scenery a lot more than walking and looking at our feet (the paths are quite narrow and covered in stones and roots). My horse seemed quite happy to lag behind and sample the many grasses and trees that the ...
... 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 ...
... other people were all rival birds, and she saw the falcon centre as her territory, so there were a lot of displays and angry threats going on on her side, and on our side we had two men with rakes, and the woman from the snack shop who she was inexplicably intimidated by. Her show was going well until two pointers nearby caught a rat and she got distracted and swooped in to get it. Once they got her away from that she landed on the central stump only to discover an old, rotten ...
... tomorrow to take them down and review them. So knackered, and sweaty as the temperature had been freeezing when we left, and it had now climbed well above twenty, we were incredibly excited by the sound of rushing water and the prospect of a paddle before the difficult journey down.
Verdict: South Africa doesn't really do waterfalls the way England does if I'm honest. It was lovely, but it was not worth a 2100m climb up a mountain... but ...