Southern Sun Hemingways
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was a tour around the farm. Educational fun once more. The kids shrieking as they were splashed with hot water coming from black pipes that lay sunbathing on the roof. Enough to supply the whole farm with warm water - no boiler, no geyser, no electricity wasted. And free of charge, of course.
On to the housing of the ducks, geese and chickens. But first we all had to quieten down, as not to unsettle them, for then they would leave and we won't get anymore eggs, said ...
... to the spectacle I was going to
witness, and what I saw are among the best days of my life. Here goes..
Still very much adjusting to
what would become a routine early wake up we were greeted on the river by some
dolphins before we set out onto the glassy ocean. It was not too soon after
that we spotted a pod of (if memory correctly serves me) 6 humpback whales.
Prior to the trip I'd not even considered the possibility of swimming with ...
... fly under the radar. I'm most excited about scuba and mana pools. We'll be camping 2 nights at the main camp, with ablutions and water and two nights out in the wild. People talk of hippos, elephant and lions wandering around and sleeping next to your tent at night..... Will be scary but fun. It's crazy to think that these areas may well not exist in their current form in the near future, so we're very fortunate to have the opportunity to go and check them ...
... before, can do the call from home. The second to last weekend is traditionally quiet as no one has any money for alcohol. This, combined with the rain means that the ‘tsotsis’ (small time crooks) stay inside. There were a few MVAs (motor vehicle accidents) but the intern can sort out the broken femurs that usually arise ready for operation next week. It will be hard to go back to being the first on call and ward monkey when we get back to the ...
Hi guys, it's Alice. I must admit, I really am nowhere near as reliable as writing this blog as Sam is. However I'm going to give it another try! Well lots has happened in the past few weeks. As Sam has described, he had a great trip to Australia. Everyone kept asking me if I was ok in the house alone, but to be honest, the only thing that made me feel unsafe was that everyone kept asking! We really are well protected, and I was well looked after by friends here. ...