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... the kids each a ride on one the amusement park type rides before the rain started to lightly fall and we headed home. It has been the most perfect day and the accommodation is amazing. I still can't believe this trip is happening, i can't wait to see what the rest of this trip brings. I love having these amazing experiences and sharing them with my family and James and Emma and knowing we will have these memories for a lifetime. Time to get some rest before ...
For the last two days we have been making our way south. The scenery is hard to describe and almost impossible to photograph as in pictures you can only see part of the view and hardly ever a clear depth.
On the way we passed Dordrecht and a sign to another Middelburg and even one to Adelaide. I think it will be a matter of time and all those names will have been ...
... the area. I think I ended up emailing about 7 before falling asleep in the middle of an episode of The Wire – our new TV series obsession at the moment.
I woke up with no replies to the emails so tried ringing the one that seemed really good, Cango Wildlife Ranch and Cheetah Foundation. They said they were full but to wait for an email from the volunteer co-ordinator. I also rang BazBus to rearrange our day tour for Port Eliz to be told that we ...
... different landscape.
We got to the Dungbeetle River Lodge supposedly a 4 star and recommended highly on TA! We were quite disappointed.
The owner greeted us welcomingly, but already there he was a bit over the top and full of enthusiasm, which for sure is nice but can also be a bit too much.
We chose our accommodation based on the fact that Wifi is available. It was a very important matter to us, as have to work every day a bit in ...
... had to watch a documentary for Lily and Bri's study module first - they had to comment on the documentary in their lectures tomorrow. We got all cosy and put it on. It was called "The Dark Side of Chocolate" concerning the child trafficking that goes on by the Ivory Coast. Oh it was just horrible. It has completely changed the way I see chocolate being manufactured. Now I am a big chocolate eater. Like, massive. But this has made me feel sick about certain ...
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