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Pictures: Hot air ballooning at De Hoek

Gauteng
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Ballooning at dawn. The quiet of ballooning allows for reflection and meditation. Ballooning Pictures: Arja SalafrancaThe genteel aspect of the hotel permeates the main building.Lamb chops with sweet potato mash.The stone reception house at De Hoek.Bill Harrop piloting the balloon.Cover: Our balloon is reflected in the bright colours of another balloon floating close byGolden light: Up, up and awayFine dining at De Hoek in the airy dining room.A view from a patio at De Hoek showing one of the many stone benches where you can dream, share secrets and while away the relaxing hours.

There’s a discreet charm to De Hoek Country Hotel. Something quietens as you sip a late afternoon cup of tea on a balcony overlooking a lawn, a stone bench, massive sweeping trees, catching up on the week’s news, reconnecting.

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