Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Ulalapa

Friends of Dougleses have invited us to spedn a week at their share house in Ulalapa.



Ian has just bought his new camera - beloved Sony H5. It turned out to be a hit of the holiday. Two more guys have bought the exact same model after we have returned. :))


It was a nice bunch of people.
Ian unfortunately had to fly to work for one day.

2 Comments:

At February 6, 2008 at 7:41 AM , Blogger paul32 said...

hi my name is paul martin, while living in south africa i had the pleasure in visiting ULALAPA with my wife and 2 children in the late 80s/early 90s (just after the Top house was built) we had a fantastic time and managed to video a lion kill, i did meet the owners as we were leaving my car broke down and i needed assistence!!( flat battery) we are visiting south africa in may2008/oct2008 and would love if possible to be able to stay at ULALAPA could you email me a contact number or email address that i may be able to contact the lodge owners, thank you for posting the pictures lots of good memories. my email is paulmartin32@hotmail.co.uk thank you.

 
At July 25, 2008 at 7:31 AM , Blogger Leigh-Anne said...

Wow!! Just yesterday I was taking to my mother about that magical place in the bush we stayed with friends when we where kids!
This morning I decided I would google it, but came up with nothing until I saw Radaka's blog! I was so exited when I saw the photo of Ulalapa, my heart just swelled with good memories!
We must have stayed there somewhere around 1991.
17 odd years later (yesterday to be precise), I called my mom up and said we all should go on a family holiday, and we all decided that the bush was the best idea as none of us had been in such a long time. Immediately we both said how amazing it would be to go back to Ulalapa, but we had no idea who to contact as we knew it was privately owned and have lost contact with the friends we went with all those years ago.

I then I saw Paul's comment and thought I would give the same request a bash. I would so very appreciate any kind of contact for the owners of Ulalapa, my email is leighannejenks@gmail.com.

Thank you and I really look forward to hearing from you.

Leigh-Anne

 

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