Sani Pass Hotel & Leisure Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... a bit nervous of what Sani would be like, especially after the previous days experience of riding up a steep pass. Fortunately Rosina had packed in some Mybulin anti-inflammatories for my First Aid Kit and I took 2 of them after breakfast. We left the peaceful village of Rhodes now heading back past our overnight accommodation and towards Naude's Neck Pass. The road started climbing and I enjoyed the beautiful vistas surrounding me. There are a lot of twists and turns leading up ...
... about 4pm after a really good day out. We were planning a walk for tomorrow morning before we have to leave, but there doesn't seem to be much in the way of places to stay before East London, which is 6 1/2 hours drive away, so we'd best make tracks fairly early. PS Very hot all day except for cool breeze at the very top, no rain, no need for boots - could've walked the tiny bit that we did in flip flops. Distance; 0km (by ...
My next destination was the remote little village of Underberg at the bottom of the Drakensberg where I was staying at a laid back farm with lots of cattle, horses and dogs, which I thought was really nice. Nevertheless one morning I went to the kitchen to discover that some animal had been taking bites out of my food. Assuming that there were mice or even rats stealing my groceries in the kitchen,I informed the staff about it. It turned out though, that it in fact was Simon, the ...
... sugar coating, resulting in a frank exchange of ideas free of the fear of causing offense.
All this conversation slowed down to a halt when the afternoon thunderstorm approached (just as it did the previous day when we returned from Lesotho). We had come down from the heights through a shorter, steeper path than the one we took going up. When the lightning and thunder started getting closer, the guide suggested that we cross the river at ...
... skin while my dad is plating piles of light and dark meat.
My aching stomach wakes me from sleep and I rush through the dark to the unattached, unheated bathroom. I’m sitting on a freezing seat. I can see my breath. I think about all the meals I had from street vendors my entire time in Lesotho. Some of these places were absolutely filthy. Often, a restaurant is in a shack. It’s literally walls with planks of reclaimed wood covered by plastic ...