Zimbali Beach Estate
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On Friday the 8th November Glenn and I celebrated our 10 year anniversary! I'm proud of us. I remember thinking about being married 10 years and it seemed like a lifetime, a milestone that sadly some don't make, so the best word to describe it would be "proud" or maybe we're just lucky, it hasn't been without its fair share of drama, they say some …
... Very delicious. During the two hours we saw plenty of hippo, male and female, young and old. Very cool. We also saw an African Fish Eagle, very similar to the Bald Eagle in appearance.
From here we re boarded the bus and set off for our next hotel, Ghost Mountain Inn. Tomorrow is going to be an early as it is the first Game ...
... better than expected considering our car hasn't sold yet - the generosity of friends and family and the unexpected amounts like a collection of R5 coins went a far way to closing the gap). Beer, prawns and chorizo pasta for dinner - yay cause I'm hungry!
Our first week has been spent enjoying family, much relaxing and eating good food, dotted with the never ending supply of admin. We spent the first ...
... our toll. 30 mins and already I want the earth to swallow me.
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We arrived into Pretoria quite early and headed to our hostel in Hatfield. Whilst Hatfield is a nice, quite studenty area, on all the buildings and houses leading up to our hostel there were electric fences. Was really bizarre, especially with such homely buildings behind them. Our hostel lady had children living with her there, and whilst they were young at the moment, it was hard to imagine what it would be like for them growing ...
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