Walkersons Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Woke to misty weather. Our trip to the caves and Pilgrems rest had to be cancelled as the driving would be too dangerous going into the mountains with the dense mist, disappointing but we will take the opportunity to explore the estate. We had lunch at the equestrian centre on the estate and Lynn and I decided to walk there and back. It was a 10 km round trip so we don't feel guilty today about eating a big lunch. The views from the dining room quite spectacular. lazy afternoon ...
... out it was because of the elevation and we had not acclimatized. We all have our own rooms here and one of the staff put on a nice fire in our bedrooms as it does get quite cold at night here. The only place we have had to share a room was Kapama Safari Lodge which was 3nights. All the other nights we have had our own bathroom and bedroom. We are all tired tonight so went to our rooms early to enjoy the ...
... and a few other various activities (I will butter my sandwiches - they may not be pretty but I WILL succeed!)
When we finally set off, we piled the sign posts to also be put up at the entrances of roads (my suggestion to help new rangers find their bearings and also to avoid mix ups in what roads people are actually on, nice to see it be put into action) The bridge needed to be filled in but we were only aiming for a temporary fix at this ...
... back to the Ranger Station after running all my errands only to find mine was now the only quad. The Boys had previously come back so I went inside and asked R where the other Boys were. He said they had gone out again to look for their key as it was missing. I explained its location and told him to radio them to come back as it was getting dark and no-one should be out past 7pm unless on a set task on the Main Road. They were searching on side roads. There was no answer on the ...
... fine, there was nothing that could be done until the morning. I drove back with a brown paper bag which I delivered to A who I found sitting in the living room in the dark. I commented on this and swiped away a mass of moths from my head light in front of my face. He laughed and said that was one of the reasons he turned the light off. After a little while he managed to get up and get himself to bed. I told him there was no way he was working tomorrow. (To which ...