Southern Sun Hemingways
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... heading to drop his girlfriend off to work. Whilst we waited for him to return, we managed to get a game of cricket going. With a black bucket for wickets and a good sized stick for a bat, we played for about 45 minutes. It was a rather nostalgic moment in time, playing cricket within the yard of a homestead surrounded by never-ending hills and wilderness. On J.P's return we headed out onto the reserve. A momentary stop saw us all out on the road looking for evidence of a kill as ...
... br> Tranquil and beautiful surroundings, and watching from the veranda it's as if you can almost touch the animals that roam free and come up to graze.
Zebras, blessbok, impalas, wildebeast, horses and cows, and as the sun set yesterday, I saw a magnificent waterbuck. More than 200 different bird species, flowers, trees, butterflies and bees - what more could you ask for?
I have been here for a week now, feeling very much at home, and consider myself lucky to ...
... our visit this morning. We headed to the school and started by taking the oranges around to each classroom. (In our previous visit we had learnt that there was 290 children in the school, ranging form Grade R to Grade 7. The children were fed 1 meal a day but usually we're not fed outside of school as they come from a very poor area.) the thought of the fruit was to give them some brain food early in the morning to help them concentrate until their lunch meal. ...
... could have been anywhere. The only thing of interest was assign saying "no trolleys or firearms past this point"!We were soon back on the shuttle and back to the ship for lunch followed by a sunbathe, a lecture on Richard’s Bay and another Trivia quiz, which despite a slow start we won again! The evening show was an Abba show which we have seen times number but the music is ...
... and get it shut. I am amazed it didn't go flying and thankfully we could shut it- as the drive eventually took us 7.5 hours to get home! This was primarily because the first 90km over Naude's Nek, as the pass is called took 3 hours. This left nearly 400km of Tarmac roads through the Transkei. Wacky races really doesn't come close. You can be driving along, and on a blind corner a taxi full of people will try to overtake, as a goat steps out in to the road. ...