Peermont Metcourt at Taung
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Travel Blogs from Kimberley
In the afternoon 1 sept the first we were picked up at the Joburg hotel by Eva from iwamanzi Lodge where we stay for 5 days before flying back to the US. This am we awoke at 7a for breakfast and a game run with Eva saw their farm animals including cows goats sheep turkey, ect, Also saw some sable antelope they had in pens to protect from the leopards, their every expensive and didn't want to lose them mostly babies to protect them . Out on ...
... disappointing holes like Beaufort West we had seen on the way here. Decked out with antiques and refurbished it was a delight and surrounded by cottages from a similar period. It was also great value for money.
That night we walked through town past old shops and a church to the local pub, where we had a traditional pub meal with all its Boer meat splendour. A portion of lamb chops here was actually three chops.
The next morning ...
... important "l" that) here. I think it is called limestone in English.
So, last night I went looking for a pub that serves food. I found a pub but they referred me to "Die Plaaskombuis" for dinner. I was the only patron in the restaurant the entire duration of my meal, but the pictures on the walls made it worth it.
After dinner I went back to the pub and had a drink..... nothing else happened :)
... Did physics and everything at school. With more water behind me I'll just slide back so it rinses over my shoulders to wet my front. Not just a pretty face you know. Except. At the moment I slide back the train rolls the mass of water up the rear of the bath which is exacerbated by my sliding back. Have my very own Victoria Falls. Water splashing over the sides. Bugger.
Dinner is an elegant affair. Jackets and ties for gentlemen. Evening wear for ladies. If it's good enough for ...
... we were there. They were about 10 metres away from us. After about ten minutes we moved on. We walked up a little hill. From here we had a great view of part of the reserve. We then walked back to the car. It was a great walk and it was very nice to stop along the way and focus on the small things. On the drive back to the lodge we saw a bull elephant and some waterbuck.
Later in the afternoon, the three of us went for a short game drive. We didn't see much at ...