The Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... be a non-Henderson, hence injecting a little pre-planning and a great deal more common sense into the mix. So with our heads together we whittled our route to a much more doable 5000 kms covering a mere three countries. Not as impressive sounding but still a solid four weeks of driving, camping, white water rafting, Zambezi booze cruising, game watching, sweating, bickering and general snake, spider, ...
... of a flock of elephants. So we all stayed very still and quiet. It was so cool though. A while later and some more hectares covered we also bumped into the two rhino on the reserve. They are awesome animals. We had a great dinner again and then tonight we played duel solitaire and just messed around. So funny. We have booked to go to Jeffrey's Bay this weekend and the Bungy a week on Sunday! Tomorrow morning were up at half 5 to go on a dawn game drive. Already tired but can't ...
... the weather wasn’t kind enough to take advantage of them. Instead we took up residence in the living room in front of the big TV. We watched a couple of films and South African masterchef too. It was a nice way to spend an evening. Later that night the Baz bus arrived and Richard who we’d dived with was on it which was nice. He was happy to see us again too and it looks like we’ll be a little gang for a while as he’s ...
... I don’t want to be in it.
We popped back to Ern and Maureen’s and Ern cooked up a nice breakfast feast, which we enjoyed outside in the lovely weather. We hit the road at noon, promising to return on the 30th for New Year.
We picked up a wild boar pie on our way back to Port Elizabeth. Arriving at Pa and Petro’s at 2pm, we then followed Pa to our new house for Christmas – a house sit. It’s ...
... fields here and they can see the lions more easily, and so we saw zebra and hartebeest, but nothing much else really.
With the full day in the park being a bit of a disappointment, we were pleased to be in for a better evening. We were arriving in Kasouga, Erik’s stomping ground as a child, and were to visit his second parents, so to speak, Ern and Maureen. The night was ...