Grand Cafe and Rooms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and of which I got about 19 mintues of sleep. We arrived on a camp with 800 other young people aged between 13 and 23 from all around southen Africa such as Botswanna, Jo'berg, Durban and Swaziland. The range of people and cultures was extreme but everyone got on very well and lots of new friends were made. Along side powerful worship and bible study there was lots of sport, normally this would ...
... 8217;s largest dome aviary, the group observed a vast array of mainly exotic birds based on the organisational philosophy of preserving birds from other locations that were at risk of harm. The group were impressed by the amazing display of colours and varieties of birds, housed in a gully which had been enclosed by netting. The water was filtered and entry was through a disinfected mat to avoid transfer of bacteria to the birds. ...
... time. Chopped up apples. Grab a handful and put it on the trunk. They seemed to like it. After this I started back on my walk to Tenikwa, about 3-4km. One of the women I'd met on the elephant walk was driving a little bit of the way there so stopped and offered a lift. This then left me a 1km walk, but it was past a township. Made it fine though. When I got to the main gate, there was a big sign. "WARNING - DANGEROUS ANIMALS - Do Not Enter On Foot" Great. So I ...
... be alive. As my mind drifted away from the day into my rejuvenation, I thought of the unrealized dream from my twenties: to volunteer in Africa. Essentially, I had wanted to be one of these Peace Corps volunteers. I realized that I couldn’t do it. At least not now. Maybe in my twenties I would have had the appetite for such ‘roughing it’. But it sounds like the furthest thing from my interests now.
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... where we saw hundreds of seals, more deserted beaches and gorgeous views. The Garden route was certainly living up to its hype.
Our final stop was a town called Wilderness which was a tiny hamlet of shops along the main road to Cape Town. The beach had pretty dramatic currents and the waves came crashing in from all directions, so a 5 minute paddle left you feeling pummeled. The hostel had a fantastic location ...