Sani Pass Hotel & Leisure Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... out of the bible in his long dress, beard and headwear. We finally made it back to our car and made our 2 hour journey home, we drove into heavy rain and fog and got stuck in a line of cars behind a slow truck with no overtaking lanes, I made it fun by singing but James was not enjoying the slow trip home. What an adventurous day, it's amazing to be able to drive 2 hours and find yourself in another country, a beautiful one at that. A day we won't ...
... and then walked about a 100 meters back to warn the other riders of the wind as they were coming around the last turn at the top of the pass. Everyone managed well and we parked along the lee of the mountain to have a drink of water, out of the worst of the wind. Wayne warned us that as we descended we should be careful of possible gusts. We got going again and everyone managed descending the pass with ease. The road was quite good and the bikes were eating up the ...
... the climb - and we took a relatively straightforward path down. Back at Eddie's, Dawn gave us some suggestions for breakfasts in Clarens (a really nice little town with lovely art and gift shops; think Llandeilo or Narbeth) and for places to visit next. In actual fact it ended up boiling down to where the affordable accommodation was in the Drakensburg mountain area. Found 'The Old Hatchery' near Underberg for R490 a night. ...
... kept sticking his head through the kitchen door and had enjoyed my pasta, bread and even some of my fruit... Around the farm there was also plenty to do in terms of exploring the sorrounding nature; again I was accompanied by one of the farm dogs when going on a hike up the moutains and also jumped down a beautiful waterfall into ice-cold spring water before relaxing at the farm in the evening and listening to wild-west-like stories about cattle thieves and the measures local farmers ...
... current was not strong enough to threaten us. Three successive lightning strikes within 2 minutes with each getting progressively nearer, froze us in the water as the skies opened up. The river bed was full of small pebbles that hurt our bare feet requiring us to make the crossing quickly. Once we crossed the stream, we realized that there was another arm of the river still left to cross. After that, we still had to walk a muddy path to the Sani ...