Southern Sun Pietermaritzburg
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the food into a trough where mayhem soon ensued. This was our wild introduction to life on Overthere Farm in the Byrne Valley, KZN. Our day began with the horrors mentioned above followed by various activities depending on the needs of the day. These included cutting grass along the fence-line, digging trenches, burning tree stumps, herding cattle and weeding the veggie patch. At 10:30 we would break for tea and eat homemade bread with milk and butter fresh from Sudoku’s ...
... crèche, teaching the early childhood education staff how to make 'home made' play dough, stopping boys from hurtling themselves through wire fences on skateboards and coordinating games of 'Duck, Duck, Goose' - or at least the Zulu variation of same.
Coordinating the needs and lives of 50 children is - at the best of times chaotic - at the worst of times... well, just more chaotic! But through it all there is ...
... of ideas and schemes to sort us out. He helped us buy and fitted the new hose himself.
Happy I turned the key. She didn't start. With a jump start the final obstacle to our journey seemed over. With the motor idling we sat in the sun, happily lunching on fish and chips. Jo'burg afteral!
The car had other ideas. The tone of the engine changed, thick smoke from the exhaust and steam from the bonnet became ...
... As she was getting her key, she took a look at the list and said, "Is Kelsey Ham my roommate?!" And the guy handing out keys said yes, suddenly relief filled me!! I have loved getting to know and really can't wait to get to know her even better :)
Anyways, the first few days were a blurr of activity! We did so many fun things, that as we talked about them in the days later, we realized, sounded a little crazy. Walking with zebras, hiking to a waterfall to go swimming ...
... beach in Durban. The waves were really strong and just pushed you over and dragged you around! After that we headed to 'Gateway' shopping centre and then had a nice dinner before we headed back late that night. On the Sunday, we played with the kids (they climbed all over us) and then had a lovely meal (steak) at the game reserve next door: Tala. The next weekend we met up with Matt, who we had met on the Gap tour. He came round ...