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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... not allowed to venture on to the farm. We saw springboks, blue and black wildebeest, kuru, gemsbok and ☑ Lichtensteins Hartebeest. Lots of fish were jumping, but our camp only caught one tiny fish, campers each side of us were reeling them in both days Rain had set in and turned quite cold, I went for a sleep about 1.15, the others followed suit, but I slept nearly 3hrs which was nice. BBQ dinner, didn't go to bed till ...
... at Grand Central airport (FAGC). Bit of everything, terminology, airspace, navigation, circuits and bumps, all fun. In RSA every aeroplane is added in you license. I did my tests on a Cessna 172 R Cutlass. (Retractable gear) The first real hurdle coming up was the validation of my EASA or FAA medical. One of the differences of doing a South African medical is that it is required to get a chest X-ray. (Was my first ever chest X-ray in 42 years) So I went to ...
... hours. Now considering it was so short I couldn't understand why they scheduled in a meal of either 3 cheese omelet of chicken curry at 04:00. We declined.
Arrival was 09:30 in Male and we were met by the representatives of the Vivanta by Taj, Coral Reef to whisk us away on the speedboat to the hotel some 40 minutes away.
All in all it took just over 24 hours from the Kirkman's Camp to the Vivanta by Taj our tropical ...
... areas where 60,000 people live. We were taken around by a young bloke who lived here and spoke very good English. The surprising thing here was that we felt very safe as everyone seemed so happy and friendly. We again felt uncomfortable when the guide took us to an old man’s house who allowed us to walk through all his rooms. The house had walls made of plastic sheeting and corrugated iron sheeted roofing with an old wooden stove and a paraffin heater and candles for lighting with ...
... is a gift in itself…that’s something I used to take for granted….who thinks about how special it is to wake up every morning?...well, it’s a blessing. And from what I learned out there in Rwanda, basketball has brought many people together. That is the special thing about Shooting Touch. We went to Rwanda, a country that barely plays basketball, and brought to them another option to move past their troubles…yes, the tradegy happened about 20 years ago, ...