Protea Hotel Montrose

Address: N3 Swinburne, Harrismith, Free State, 9880, South Africa | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn is located on N3 Swinburne, Harrismith.
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    2nd holiday week for the kids

    A travel blog entry by bridie.sheehan on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... kids entertained themselves. I got play dough out for a while which they enjoyed and then I got big sheets of colouring in for them which some of them did and played with for ages. Saturday was a chilled out day at home. I got up quite late and didn't do much. I did chop firewood with jade and Miya. I wasn't very good but we chopped a fair amount. Then we watched a film in the evening. A cheesy Christian film set in 70s America. It was funny ...


    A travel blog entry by bridie.sheehan on Apr 25, 2015

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    ... for the older ones for when they get back from school. They wolf it down. I like to do anything I can to help them be healthy. I also made cakes on Thursday for the staff meeting. The little ones helped me to make them. Also Thando who is 10 months stood up on her own. And she can cruise around furniture. Not long till she'll be walking. I went to khetani on Tuesday ...

    Another week.

    A travel blog entry by bridie.sheehan on Feb 28, 2015


    ... talked about it. Then at the end we all had to stand in a circle and hold hands and pray. I found that a bit weird. But all the guys there were pretty nice.

    Then I went to a place called Ardmore guest farm. Sofi knows the people who own and run it and is good friends with them. Miya and Doong are also friends with their kids. We just went and socialized and had some food. met some nice people again.

    Sunday consisted of going to church and helping ...

    Day 14 - Gloomy Day in Drakensberg

    A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 17, 2013

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    ... camp. The 'Castle' was a domed mountain, which disappointed Jackie who had been expecting to see an actual castle! We then had a look round the idyllic, but person-free camp, which would have been nice to stay at if not so quiet. There were lots of small birds in the trees and I spotted a very multi-coloured bird with a long thin curved beak, which I identified from their chart as, from memory, a Greater Double Collared Sunbird. 30 minutes later we were back in the ...

    Drakensberg Boys Choir

    A travel blog entry by africa1213 on Nov 21, 2012

    Every Wednesday there is an opportunity to attend a Drakensberg Boys Choir performance. So today was our opportunity and the school is just down the road from our hotel. There are about 100 boys who attend this school from age 9 - 15. Their first song started with Hallelujah Chorus Messiah by Handel, Gloria from Missa Kenya, Jesus Christus Nostra Salus, a 1410 melody to Price Tag by Jessie J. Intermission of tea and muffin we were entertained by ...