African Lodge

Address: 14 Jane Road, P O Box 847, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Sandton

Day 7 - project work

A travel blog entry by katiecravenx on Apr 11, 2014

... on a rota and that it's names out a hat for the Kruger journey, 7 hours potentially with someone we don't like okay sounds fun. everyone had burgers and jacket potatoes from the BBQ but as usual I didn't, I had a burger warmed up at like 11 though so I could take my malaria, had it with coleslaw and not too sure whether or not it was nice... Me Mitch beth mike and mark stayed in the kitchen till 1, beth fell asleep for a bit then as ...

Day 2 - New York to Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by kauna on Nov 11, 2013

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... The Apes (Original) No You See Me Shanghai Calling The Amazing Burt Wonderstone That pretty well makes up for a summer of few trips to the theatre. Once I got to Tambo International in Johannesburg, I grabbed my suitcase, then made my way to the Mug N Bean restaurant (Popular Chain in SA). This is where Rich and I ate many times in my 2011 trip, and it was a little surreal to be back here again. My friend Gugu met up with me at the Mug N Bean, and after ...

Kruger Tour - Day 3

A travel blog entry by gncook on Oct 20, 2013

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... rhinos and an elephant. We had some very close attention from the elephant. Then we were lucky enough to run into some lions on the prowl. Three females were in search of dinner. I am sure a 4wd in the coming from the same direction as the lions does nothing for the lions efforts. We followed them very closely for some distance before all the prey had escaped ...

Safari time!

A travel blog entry by kcullivan on May 03, 2013

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... It wasn't all that interesting except I feel like I can decipher different animals now based on their poo. I'm feeling like it's going to be a useful life skill. Later that day we left to go back to JoBurg. As an added bonus, we got to stop at a beautiful place I hadn't heard of called Blyde River canyon. It was such a nice break and a beautiful place to visit. The canyon was covered in lush trees with rivers and lakes below. It was a perfect ending to a fun and adventurous ...

In the real Africa

A travel blog entry by ian.jane on Apr 16, 2012

... Charlotte’s wonderful imaginative cooking, it would be a tiny Scops owl or an angry baboon. On a walk I had to back away to use my binocs to watch a tiny pearl spotted owl disemboweling a large grass-hopper!. it was that close!

Roy has farmed cattle and crocs and game – and is now trying goats. He has some 250 in three separate areas where the game dare not venture because of poachers and snares. He says his biggest problem is baboons ...