- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... not too long ago. Many beautiful clear windows, no stained glass, maybe
that comes later.
We return back to our hotel for breakfast and plan for the day before our boat cruise at 4:00 p.m.
The cruise is about two hours and we will be cruising the largest salt-water estuarine system in the world.
Our time is limited so we need to make sure we spend our time wisely. ...
... up a feeling of unease. Am I putting these animals at risk for my own personal gain? I need to discuss this further with Rick. I feel in my element here, but to think that I could do more harm makes me feel sick. He explains, of course for a tourist to witness that is devastating and could absolutely result in them never visiting a game park again. But it is such a rare event. There are thousands of people who visit game parks and get to experience, appreciate and learn ...
... asked if I wanted white or brown and I'd thought it was to go with my eggs. Then they brought "Perry's breakfast" which was fried egg, bacon and tomato (and chips! Which it didn't say on menu!! Weird to have chips for breakfast). Oh to have Jungle oats! So full. Checked out. James was at reception. Left just before 8. He was very chatty. Reminds me of Yoda. Always hmmming and repeating things. Over 500km drive. Went up over Drakensburg mountains. Travelled along ...
... a farmer's stock then they get reimbursed by the park/Government. Hazel, a Wild Dog was hanging around the outside of the fence. Saw 2 Rhino's, huge horns. Got back around 6. Met David. Courtney's husband who works in the park. Lynn cooked dinner with all our help. Boerewors (South African sausage), Chakalaka (tinned South African ), fried tomatoes and rice. Very nice. Exhausted, almost falling asleep at table, went to bed at 8 and out like a ...
... we headed to the Estuary Mouth and beach. It clouded over a little but was very hot unlike the east coast of England. Ann and Gill had a walk and sit down. I initially wandered along to the roosting of @150 terns and 10 gulls. The terns were mainly the large yellow billed Swift Terns and smaller black billed Sandwich Terns, and the Gulls were Grey-headed Gulls. Getting closer to take photos I soon spotted 3 Caspian Tern (the largest tern and ...