Arimagham Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Well I take it back, that guy was not as attractive as I had thought. For starters he drank 5 mini bottles of red wine in about 20 mins, then his muscles proceeded to take up the entire arm rest so that I would be squashed in by the window. Ah well. Long flight done and what I have to show for it is an aching neck and a rumbling stomach (I fell asleep and no one woke me). After an ...
... road, two elephants coming very close. A couple of stops at dams Mozithi and Kumana gave us sightings of more hippo and elephant with many waterbuck. We booked in at Satara, a large rest camp with coffeshop, restaurant, swimming pool, campsite. We have a chalet here with beds, shower room, stoep with kitchen and table and chairs. Luxury for a few nights after camping! Good choice of food in the shop, both frozen and chilled so more choice for the ...
... time. Nelson drove us back down the mountain to our car where we all gave him a high five. What a legend. And thus, as we exited through the township, eyelids already heavy from the lack of sleep, our safari adventure was over: for now.
So thankful to the McDonic's for the great opportunity that going to the bush is, that they were willing to put so much time and effort into making the experience as enjoyable as possible for us. We all had a great time, and enjoyed it so much. Thank ...
In ancient mythology. the Siren was a creature so beautiful, it could consistently lure even the strongest sailor's to their doom. Sometimes, as an adventurer and one who loves to try new things, I often gaze at pictures of faraway places with the same lust sailor's felt towards the Sirens. If we do not treat the calls to other worlds with the same caution as Odysseus, we too can drown. Take, for example, my trip in Swaziland.
We were just past the causeway when Robert tells me to stop because he has seen a leopard! It was moving in the direction of the causeway and we got to watch it by ourselves for a short time and then the cars were upon us! We were all moving this way and that, back up and forward and wheel down the causeway for a short distance but it was lost to our view.
As we were heading down the tar ...