Masescha Country Estate
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was heard to say "oh my god, they're big". He obviously thought we were taking cubs for a walk but these were fully grown cheetahs!
We were show how to hold the lead loosely with no tension as otherwise the cheetahs will instinctively pull away. We took two cheetahs with us - Duma and Zeus. Duma was used to the walking environment but Zeus was being trained so was more temperamental.
We set off....You have to walk at the ...
... bats, crocodiles, Pygmy hippo, snakes and various cats. It was awesome. Then headed to George and finally arrived at Knysna around 5pm. The hotel is called The Turbine boutique hotel and spa. It opened in 2010 and was an old power station in 1939 and 1940. We are in the elephant room and nan and Han are in The Seeds and Pods. It is very nice and modern. All the rooms have bits and pieces of the turbine in ...
... to participate, though that didn't detract from our overall experience at Tenikwa.
They do some pretty amazing work here, and the staff's love of animals is evident, even though I'm sure it is difficult and largely thankless work. At least people can show a bit of their appreciation by visiting this very special and unique attraction, with the entrance fees going towards a very worthwhile cause. Maybe you'll even be rewarded by spending some quality time with Badgie! ...
While on holiday in the Garden Route National Park, I started asking around and after talking to an unnamed guide, I found out about a cancellation for the hike starting 1 March 2012. Knowing that good dates are hard to come by and could be booked 18 months+ in advance, I grabbed at the opportunity to fulfill my dream of ...
... psychotic'. I desperately wanted to shout 'I don't believe in fairies! I don't! I don't!' and knock one of the models over, but was convinced the owner would probably make me repent for my cynicism by braining me with a nearby garden troll, so I held my peace and left fairly rapidly.
Frankie (despite having to go round the Faerie Sanctuary a second time) enjoyed seeing the people she'd worked with in Swellendam, some of whom I met, but we both enjoyed ...