Savoy Hotel and Conference Centre
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... and therefore no morning tea was served and yet the show went on with no complaints. The rain lightly fell the youth took on the obstacle course and swam in the pool before finding a dry spot to enjoy the "picnic lunch". The walk to the beach still went ahead upon request and not even the lack of swimming costumes or the rain stopped them from enjoying the waves as we eventually went home in clothes drenched from head to toe. After another swim in the pool and ...
Woke up to sunshine and set off on a 3 km town walk. This comprised various
historical houses and buildings from around 1900. This included the original
electric street lights which preceded those installed in London. After lunch
we did the Big Hole tour. This was a tour around one of the two
largest diamond mines. The other we saw in the morning and is still
being mined. The Big Hole is known as ...
Driving onto the town of Kimberley. We spotted lots of Vervet monkeys scrounging by the
roadside. The countryside is very open with no trees and lots of flat topped hills in the distance. We also spotted another English Boer war Blockhouse. Eventually we arrived at the Big Hole campsite and settled down for the ...
... in my opinion, rather ugly Kimberly our eyes feasted on the very special and mind blowing sight of the thousands and thousands of Lesser Flamingos at Kamfers Dam....WOW!! It is the only successful breeding sight left in South Africa and one of only four in Africa. Truely fantastic and has made our day. Vaalharts is the largest Irrigation Scheme in South Africa. The scheme borders on the Northern Cape and North-West ...
... on as these “weekend prospectors” were still quite active in a sort of part time way. Down by the river’s edge, many new families from outside of this area had taken on the old digger accommodation. But further along the rusty iron equipment and piles of boulders from the river were all testament to the ongoing search for diamonds. Very kindly, Paul explained how the equipment was used and drove us to an excellent viewpoint where we could ...