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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Friday, April 9, 2010

TeTemuka B&B

Blue and Yellow Macaws
TeTemuka where I was greeted by at least four friendly dogs and the various squawking of what I'd call exotic birds if I weren't in South Africa turned out to be...

20 comments:

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

What luck that you found such a lovely place Gaelyn. I must add that I have stayed at a lot on my travels and as a rule, they are all good.

Carolyn Ford said...

What a fabulous place...I might have stayed an extra night or two! After your hassle, I am glad you found a cozy place to stay the night!

blog with no name said...

No such thing as luck... Good comes from your walk through life in beauty. I just would call it thanks giving thanks for thanks.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What a find. Lots better than a Holiday Inn.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh I like what 'Blog with no name' said.

What a nice place to stay and thanks for showing a side of Africa we may not think about.

As for the Eagle nest: I was shocked that it was gone. They are huge so I know it couldn't just blow away. MB

Karen said...

That certainly is a nice place to rest for the night, and so much cheaper than the Holiday Inn we stayed at in Georgia. And it wasn't in Georgia! hahaha.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Simply a fantastic place !! Parrots are so beautiful !!

jeannette said...

What a great experience, Gaelyn -such a friendly and welcoming place to stay for the night. Agree with some of your readers, no such thing as luck or coincidents:)

mountain.mama said...

It really looks like a wonderful place to stay.

Barb said...

How inexpensive for such lush and lovely surroundings.

Bill S. said...

Was that your portrait they painted of you while you were sleeping!!!! Sounds like it will be an adventure never to forget. Stay safe and happy.

Carolyn said...

No better way to get to know a community....it looks like it was very homey and I love the various art works!
Smiles

Elaine said...

That looks like a lovely B&B. We have stayed at a couple and they were very nice. It's always worth checking out what's available.

Arija said...

Gaely, how wonderful that you landed on your feet and found such a delightful refuge! We often stay in B&Bs and selfcontained cabins in caravan parks. They usually are cheaper than motels, more private and generally more satisfying than blaring TV on the other side of a resonating wall.
Great to see you enjoying your trip even with a hitch or two. Life would not be life without them.

Hugs, Arija

Abraham said...

I really like that Buffalo door. Wow. Impressive place this must have been.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: What a neat B&B, it certainly added to the excitement of the trip. Loved the door and all the photos.

Ruth said...

I have stayed in only 1 B&B and it was an excellent experience. I should do it more often, but doubt it would be possible to beat the price you paid.

Firefly said...

Looks like a awesome spot. Small town b&b's are always so much better due to their personal attention.

Craver Vii said...

Looks comfy. That buffalo door is the coolest!

Quiet Paths said...

That is truly a very nice accommodation. So you just twirled around and chose a B&B? I love the little "courtyard".

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