African Pride Pumba Private Game Reserve
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the coast. It was only an hour and a half and we had lunch too which was cool. At the airport we were picked up by our transfer but were apparently missing a fellow traveller. The guy didn't seem fussed so we trotted along to the hostel where we were told we would be picked up at 4pm. Tim our fellow traveller emerged from the airport and we sat and got to know each other and play a fe card games. Livvi has brought pooh trumps. Like top trumps but with ...
... and we can’t wait!! We would like to say a special thanks to our Coach Rowlo who put in hours helping us get in shape for this event and to The Centerfold for putting together a great group helping us prepare for this IM. A final thankyou must go to a Wife and a Girlfriend who have endured so much over the last 6 months and supported us on our adventure. It’s now finally time to visit those winery’s we promised you once IM is over. Cheers Pito and ...
After doing online courses through ProDive in Port Elizabeth, I finally qualified to get in the water and get my PADI Open Water Diver Certification!
The first day we (myself, Amy (the Church Secretary's daughter), a group of girls from Holland, a lovely couple, and a Skipper) were required to be in the pool all morning. Then, because the waves were so big, they canceled our shore dives in the afternoon. This was good news... a nice way to start off slow. However, instead of ...
... Team Members met on a Thursday night at 7 p.m. to plan for the following Sunday. There was no meeting agenda and no structure. The team just talked all at once and there was really no listening. Ultimately, they'd leave just knowing "so-and-so" was doing the lesson.
... kilowatts of energy. Like in Australia, the price has just increased significantly.
The local language includes 3 kinds of clicking sounds. The locals have a tongue twister that the guide challenged us to repeat. Absolutely no chance! "Qu" represents one of these clicks. So “Quno” where Mandela went to school is pronounced “Mouth-Click”-“NoR 21;.
I was told later that Giraffes were wandering the fields on the ride ...