Arimagham Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the paintings. The one picture that is of three people. This is a World Heritage site. After lunch, we heard a talk on South African history. The room we heard it in was called the Mandela room. He stayed at our lodge immediately after being released from prison. The talk was quite interesting and very honest, which we all appreciated. We also found out that the people here build one room of their house at a time and ...
... or read previous blogs, you too could be tempted to wet your taste for the unknown. But be weary, for not all travels are as they appear. Looking back, I entered this place with the wrong motives. I came "at the call of God" and I do firmly believe He sent me here, but my heart was focused on the spoils Wanderlust presented to me. What better way to spend a summer than in a foreign country, and supported to boot! I was happy to ...
... on the bridge and had some wonderful bird sightings. We also enjoyed the antics of the baboons on the bridge as they raced past us or some would be brave and stop and take a look at us. We saw some great saddlebill storks and african spoonbill. Somewhere along the drive we also saw the cardinal woodpecker and a golden bunting.
Got to Olifants and we could not check in until around 1:00 so we went and had brunch on the ...
... the owner of the hotel, Devin. We saw lots of animals, birds and insects and Devin was able to tell us all about the different track marks and plant life in the Kruger. We were extra fascinated by the dung beetle who was rolling up dung into a ball and pushing it!!!! New fact we learnt...dung beetles fly!!!!
We relaxed during the day in the tent and caught up on some sleep because its too hot for the animals to be out. In ...
... the gates to the lodge we saw cape buffalo, zebra, giraffe, herds of elephants with babies, rhino. and a cheetah with two cubs. Most were either on the road or very close to it.
The lodge is very nice with a rustic decor. We have an outdoor shower (which felt good in this heat) and we walk a long way on a boardwalk to get to our rooms from the lodge. But our room is air conditioned so all is well.
Well we get a wakeup call at 5am to go on safari before breakfast. So I will sign ...