The Avenue Country Lodge
Travel Blogs from Kempton Park
... the restaurant next to
the parking and although bought some souvenirs at the shop. I got Jade earrings
and a Tigers eye necklace. So beautiful.
After resting a little while, we went for the other walk of
the day to make it to Cape of Good Hope. An amazing walk! You should definitely
do it, even though you can get there by car.
The sun was hitting so hard I got really bad sunburn but it
was the price for this breathtaking ...
... got through 6 weeks without being mugged out in muizenberg. That's literally an accomplishment. Infact, one of the volunteer houses got broken into this week when they were asleep in the house and all their valuables got stolen. The guy had had a key as well. He had walked in while the 3 girls in the house were asleep, had gotten things off their bed side tables next to their heads etc and left . One of them woke up as he was leaving and saw him walk out the ...
... a tribute to the South African flag, which I thought was super cool. I discovered I can swim 60m underwater, which is far more than I thought possible. It was also highly entertaining seeing kids in the swimming pool stare at us like we were aliens. Or watch the kids be startled when we swam several lengths of the pool on one breath, emerging to scare the living daylights out of them. My training buddy was another South African man called L. While chatting with J and L, ...
... It has been a wonderful stay in a very friendly and beautiful hotel. We ordered breakfast service in our room and the chauffeur picked us up and drove us the short distance to the Blue Train Departure Lounge! It had rained heavily in the night and some of the main roads were flooded. The departure lounge is a large very comfortable room better than many hotel receptions and a vast improvement on Telford!!! After being settled into our room by the butler a, lady named ...
Wednesday 13th November 2013 Had a nice lie in and woke up to blue skies. Val was off to the gym and Kevin was in his garage building a new remote controlled jet (that can fly at 275kph!). Jackie and I pottered about catching up on emails etc. Val returned from the gym and took us for a guided tour of their lovely estate. The centre piece is a park and lake that attracts hundreds of birds including Egyptian geese, Sacred ibis, grey herons ...
Other places to stay in Kempton Park
Jones Road, Kempton Park | 3 star hotelfrom $140
64 Jones Road, Kempton Park | 5 star hotelfrom $186
68.7 metres from International Arrivals Hall, Kempton Park | 4 star hotelfrom $331
64 Jones Road, Kempton Park | 3 star hotelfrom $106
2 Hulley Road, Isando Ext. 3, Kempton Park | Hotelfrom $100
68 Pomona Rd, Kempton Park | Hotelfrom $101
Cnr Oak Ave And Jubilee St., Kempton Park | Hotelfrom $47
11 Park Street, Kempton Park | 3 star hotelfrom $83
Corner York & Gladiator Street, Kempton Park | 4 star hotelfrom $102
64 Jones Road, Kempton Park | 3 star hotelfrom $130
Corner of Kempton and Bosch Street, Kempton Park | 3 star hotelfrom $68