Autumn Breath

Cnr Louis Trichardt & President Str, Graskop, Mpumalanga, 1270, South Africa | B&B
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A travel blog entry by thepedro


Thepedro stayed here on Sep 13, 2011 during their trip titled: Thepedro's Great Adventure.

I kissed the rain down in Africa...

A travel blog entry by mickruddy


... northern part of the park. Both days started very well with spotted hyenas the first day and then 6 male lions chasing a herd of Cape buffalo on the second! Froth! Seeing a lion in a zoo your impressed by the size and such I suppose, seeing them trudging through bushes and scrub as huge, lean killing machines chasing buffalo...something else entirely! I have seen a few before in captivity but these lions were honestly shocking they were that big, it truly changed ...

Dar Armane

A travel blog entry by tori58

it's my boys birthday today!!! and he gets a couple of presents!!!!! ostrich computer duster amongst them! Shawn cooks a lovely breakfast and we are on the road early. OMG they have destroyed this place...We thought we were driving the 'Panorama Route' but it is covered in pine trees!!!! this is no Panorama route!!!! what is not pines has been burnt! this is criminal!!!! The ...

Crisp Cascades and a classic canyon

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren


... just fall down the face of the rock, it actually was spurted out and fell from the top into the water, away from the rock. Cool hey.
All these crisp cascades and Shaun was getting antsy, a nudey swim was in waiting, but we had to wait until we reached Lone Creek Falls. It was a lone waterfall with no other visitors and a perfect opportunity for Shaun to get his nudey swim fix. So off he went into the falls, in the rain and true to form, Shaun imbraced nudity ...

Blyde River Canyon

A travel blog entry by andreatravels


... to work in the gold mines. In the early 20th century they began to build "townships" to house the African workers outside the main part of the city. During Apartheid, black workers who still remained inside the city were forcibly evacuated to places like Soweto, where they had to travel long distances to get to their jobs. I had always pictured Soweto as a small town of tin-roofed shanties, and was amazed to see it is now a thriving ...


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