Three Trees at Spioenkop
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of the little ones on as well. They loved the dressing up clothes. They had them on for the whole time we were there. We even got food there. The kids had hot dogs and pizza and the adults had pasta and salad. It was delicious. Then for dessert we had a chocolate cake. The kids enjoyed that a lot. They really had done an excellent job. It was great for the kids and for the adults as it was enclosed, we didn't have to watch ...
... and drove back to the backpackers through torrential rain, strong winds and complete silence. Our bad South African luck was becoming a joke now. At the guesthouse we moped about waiting for the owners to get back, hoping they would offer some advice, if not, something else for us to do! We waited and waited, watched a movie on the iPad (Wolf of Wall Street - great movie) and waited some more. When they arrived back it was ...
... been the first South African in space as well as getting a number 1 hit with the clicking song etc. Amazingly we did not come last.
On Saturday we went for a horse ride which meant we could appreciate the scenery a lot more than walking and looking at our feet (the paths are quite narrow and covered in stones and roots). My horse seemed quite happy to lag behind and sample the many grasses and trees that the ...
... asked the dude where the thermostat for the air conditioning was, he said it was in the bedroom. We thought that was good, at least it would be cool for sleeping. Couldn't find it until I looked up and saw only a ceiling fan. We can open the windows, but there are no screens. I wasn't too keen on sleeping with all our windows wide open and waking up with a monkey in our bed or a large snake in our bathroom. (or anything else for that matter, ...
... were walking down the exact track it must have walked down. We followed these tracks, just by coincidence for a good ten minutes, so it wasn't hard to imagine it stalking around the reserve.
The afternoon was spent packing and chilling, preparing for sundown. As a final night for five of the volunteers we sat at the top of the highest hill and enjoyed watching the sun go down together as a group, with a couple of beers and a few snacks.
On the way up the hill, ...