Three Cities Alpine Heath Resort
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Wish we could have stayed here longer!! Great facilities!
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Today we got to sleep in a little, that was nice. After a leisurely breakfast, we went horseback riding. Through creeks and up and down hills, Tom loved it, it was a little out of my comfort zone since the horses had a bit of a mind of their own. But it was beautiful scenery, and fun to do something different. Linda Doerr has some …
Heading to the Drakensberg Range today... a beautiful escarpment that has gained World Heritage Status.
March 7... An early morning start in the bus, will drive about 8 hours today, back into South Africa. We passed a lot of sugar cane and pineapple fields. All the pineapple is exported to Brittain. We also passed a lot of little villages. They …
... took our picnic to the dam and sat in the shade look out at the mountains. spectacular scenery. Then we played boggle for quite a long time. It is very addictive. Then on the way home we stopped at a restaurant called tower of pizza. The pizza there is soo good. Then we drove home.
Having a great time here. Getting on well with everyone and loving the hot weather but sometimes it is just a bit too hot.
Day 6 St Lucia to Drakensberg
Monday 8 September we departed 7.30am and headed towards the Drakensberg Mountains via the East Coast, travelling through Durban, the second largest city in South Africa with three million people. It was noted that half a million Zulus still live traditionally. As we were driving through Durban our guide said 'we will turn left here at the robots' – what robots we asked?? ...
... that as a base to explore the region. Along the way we drove through the Northern Drakensberg which is an absolutely stunning mountainous area with panoramic views, and we drove past the ampitheatre of the Drakensberg before making our way into Pietermaritzburg itself.
We spent some time exploring Howick including a walk to the Howick falls with fairly low expectations only to be blown away by the beauty of it. The ...