Zulu Nyala Country Manor
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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Day 4...finally a sunny day with no wind! Made our way to table mountain (we didn't walk this time) got some lovely pics. We then went to the brass bell for lunch..out for supper and then back to pack again...dropped our car off. B departed for Durban and I headed back to Jo'burg to help with wedding preparations. Jodes fetched me from the airport. We had load shedding tonight, so sat drinking wine outside and Jodes succeeded in making a nice chorizo ...
Day started with heading to Honeydew at 7:30am to see how the store opens. Helped move scooters out of shop and met more TMs whilst taking pics of the store. 5:30 dinner with Travis, Katelyn, Ash, Grant and myself. BBQ catch up and discussing the next week and where we all will be. I'll be in Lakasa (Zambia) on the 17th for 2 ...
... the green parrot. It’s a fantastic opportunity for the children to appreciate life in the Amazon. We’re really pleased with our little afternoon trip. We stay there an hour and head back to Leticia. As luck would have it, we see a couple of pink river dolphins from the bank, then further down the river we see a few more. Woah, this day turns out to be great. We spend another 3 days in Leticia. The first is dedicated to homework and watching satellite TV. Dedicated means ...
... wildebeest, waterbuck, duiker, hippo, nyala. We do the same again today & then again tomorrow morning before moving to Maholoholo Forest Camp. Everyone gets on well and all seem like fun. It's going to be a great 3 weeks! 31st October. What an amazing 24 hours since I wrote this last. The afternoon game drive ( after yet another delicious High Tea) was fabulous. We saw so much and then caught up with another small herd of Elephant. We ...
I calm a slowly growing ball of nerves building somewhere between my heart and my logic. This is in response to the growing number of things on my to do list. In its shortest version it reads:
1 Attain a professional job
2 Traverse the east coast of Africa
3 Liaise with Aly Karam (who's best known location is approximate at best.)
I write his number in my phone and send good karma to mum for having just given ...