Tzaneen Country Lodge
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... kept laughing at us. She ended up just walking away and talking about us to some of the other girls. As soon as the car was ready we made our way to Avis (after driving past it twice and having to ask for directions at a petrol station). We ended up paying for the lower insurance which meant it was cheaper than we thought (R1090 each). Once the car was returned, Erin and I walked to the Mall which was close by. We had arranged to get picked up ...
... tired themselves out. They were both asleep by 8:30pm but then Luisa accidentally knocked a bottle over and they both woke up. We ended up putting them in the cage whilst they were awake, covering them and they put themselves to sleep. I can't wait for tomorrow. I have from 7-10:30am off so I'll probably nap a bit. Then I have from 10:30-12pm with DK and Chester in Disney Land. Then after lunch we are going to a nearby river to swim and explore. Should be a good ...
... corn on a cob, salad and boiled potatoes for dinner and got to meet the other new volunteer Henrike, Germany, 19. At 6:30pm Luisa and I headed down to the baby cabin where Rachel and Vanessa handed over the babies. We set up our beds and got everything ready for the night. We fed the babies their bottles and once again Piglet and Nollie fell asleep on my nap within 10mins. DK and Gandalf were asleep by 7pm and lastly Chester fell asleep at 7.20pm. ...
... sore. We then followed the guidelines as to how many bowls we needed and what quantities went in what bowls. They had regular plates (1 piece or handful of veg), double plates (2 pieces or handfuls of veg) and triple plates (3 pieces or handfuls of veg). The Samango monkeys also get two different types of fruit added to their triple plate. Richard radioed Alex and asked for him and a volunteer to come help with an escapee monkey. Alex and I went down to ...
... gate opened and I joined the queue, praying that they would let me board from the wrong station. My prayer worked and I walked through the gates towards the bus. I could feel everyone's eyes following me as I walked. It was a good experience to know how some people feel like outcasts because they are different. I hadn't really ever experienced that to that degree before. The bus was very clean and it had seat belts and air con. I sat close to the front window side. I had an ...