Boulders Lodge & Spa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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The town developed during the craze for ostrich feather decorations in hats and on clothes during the 1870s and then again during the 1910 to 1920s. The area currently supplies 3500 kg of feathers for Mardi Gras in Brazil. We toured a very good small museum in the old boys school in town. It started in 1936 and it looks like lots of families have found a good home for stuff they don't want anymore which the museum has displayed ...
... was a bucket of grain by our feet, which we were expected to feed them with.
Later in the afternoon, we headed back to the coast to Mossel Bay. We relaxed at the point of Mossel Bay amongst the rock pools with an ice cream. I found a quaint self catering apartment called Gewel Guesthouse, which gave us stunning views of the sea where we could watch the sunset. ...
... who'd been shopping for the day; all of whom were very friendly and excited for some new faces. The drive from George to Oudtshoorn was stunning, through all the hills and grasslands inland from the coast we’d become accustomed to. We arrived to an enormous house and a private room with 2 single beds for Laura and I, with the 10 other girls and one boy (I know, poor guy!) split between 4 more rooms. There was a massive lounge and dining room open ...
... centre, we had some of the best meat pies ever.
I expected George to be as interesting as Grahamstown, but we were disappointed and did not linger.
Then over the low mountains to Oudtshoorn, South Africa's ostrich capital, and although you are still not very far from the sea, it's a very different setting. Three climate zones come together in this region: the winter rainfall (Mediterranean) climate of the Western ...
... rope and tying them to the trees in their enclosure, and they loved it....jumping around and ripping the boxes apart. Was great to watch them have some fun. The rest of the afternoon was spent bonding with Kwazi and Luigi and last but not least our new BF Bambam :) Perfect Monday.
Day 2 - Today started with the fun task of cleaning lemur island and their night houses. The task itself wasnt too hard but the ...