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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... taken into the David Rattray hall that had been built in rammed earth by the community and presented with their bikes and new helmets before coming out to line up for the photo opportunity. While this was taking place the high school boys lined up and began to sing and dance a farewell to us. It started slowly and quietly but as they lost their shyness the volume and pace of the song and dance grew. The dancing was hesitant at first but as the rhythm ...
A friend Gunther arrived to spend the night with us and give Bernard a lift home tomorrow as he has to be back home before us. We went for a walk along the boardwalk at the estuary mouth to look for hippo and croc. Hippos and pelicans could be seen far away across the river and a large croc on the nearby bank.
Later that evening, the men cooked a braai and discussed matters of high importance over several beers whilst Gill read her book and prepared a small ...
... life was the track that wound around the hills.
We then arrived at the end of the track and were on the top of one of the highest hills. From here we enjoyed a fantastic view of the bush. We could see Phongolo River and still there was no visible sign of civilisation. Once we had taken our photos and finished admiring the view, we drove downhill and towards to river.
Near the river we scared a couple of kudus; I don't think the animals in this ...
... weeks of magic, all going so smoothly. Took a lot of planning, Shirley in particular making sure we covered as much ground as possible.
Pack up the car for the final time for the drive back to Durban. Naturally, Shirley has planned a refuelling stop at Hilton where we meet up with her good friend Jenny, a local historian, garden lover, “mother” to a band of Monkeys (we hand-fed them in her garden last time we were here). Lunch is at Nicolson’s Cafe but ...
... and then attacked the next one. One man would take a short turn then the next, the tools flowed back and forth between the gang of four men, one on the pipe then swapping to the rake or shovel or taking a short rest. Max and I helped where directed and we had a good little team working. It was a much better way to work. Soon all the rocks were out and large pieces of the wall came down in sections to be broken on the ground and raked out as rubble fill and it was time to take ...