Umlilo Lodge B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... the tempo of the stamping and raising of the dust increased. One tall boy in the back led the phrasing and the remainder roared out the melody with gusto. It was truly a very moving experience and as their voices joined in harmonies I looked towards the Shiyane mountain behind the school and small museum at Rorke's Drift and though what an impact this sound must have made on the small British garrison that January night in 1879 when several thousand voices ...
Monday-------We have lots of time before our night safari so we travel to the Crocodile Centre. As we enter the park we are greeted by this huge crocodile lying next to a pond. Yes, it does have a high double fence so he can't jump over. As we continue our walk there are many different sizes as well as different enclosures. Some crocodiles are also grouped according to their ages. For example there were two to three year ...
... used to seeing many vehicles. At the Phongolo River we took some time to stretch our legs and have a mid morning coffee and biscuit break. The river looked quite tempting on this warm morning with its clear water. Although there was no way I would go in there, being a game reserve there was a very good chance of crocodiles and hippos.
Unfortunately and luckily we didn't encounter any animals as we went for a little walk in this area. The drive back went very ...
... no ordinary cafe. Interesting building with high ceilings, pleasant views, impeccable service, intriguing menu (Langoustine & Harissa Butter, Green Pepper Beef Fillet Pie). Look outside the view has disappeared. Does this mean the rains have finally arrived? It’s chilly, damp, misty, poor visibility, drizzle turns to very light rain as we get home. Will it settle in, be enough to clear the dust haze, bring relief to the parched land? They need it desperately.
... Hi Lux pick up to collect gravel. I went along for the ride with a shovel but soon realised that I was superfluous to requirements. During my two years working with Guy Weguelin on the restoration of Ellensbrook House at Margaret River in the eighties I did a LOT of shoveling and regard this as being something I did fairly well but I was put to shame by these fit guys. The young ones I could deal with but when the much older men than I gently moved me aside and shoveled ...