Autumn Breath

Address: Cnr Louis Trichardt & President Str, Graskop, Mpumalanga, 1270, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B is located on Cnr Louis Trichardt & President Str, Graskop.
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      The Journey Begins

      A travel blog entry by unstuck on Sep 27, 2014

      ... out German named Andy, and a few South African guys working in Tofo, Mozambique as dive guides and surf instructors.

      Our original plan upon entering Mozambique in a week or so was to start south and work our way north, but the guys convinced us that starting in Tofo was the way to go, so we re-routed our plans.

      It was fun to meet our first crew of fellow travelers outside of our ...

      Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre

      A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Feb 24, 2014

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      ... Only a few birds were noted on the journey, including Long-crested Eagle, Jackal & Common Buzzards and a couple of Amur Falcons.

      Diner was taken at Abe's Restaurant in Graskop, where we had superb food and an amusing host.

      Fact of the day. Marabou Storks have black legs. In hot conditions they defecate on their legs to turn them white to keep them cooler.


      Touring around Mpumalanga from Graskop

      A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Feb 22, 2014

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      ... many Common Fiscals and Lesser Grey Shrike en route. Swallows, Martins and Swifts were buzzing round but I could only positive identify Rock Martins.

      Next it was on to the Three Rondawels viewpoint. Another part of the massive canyon with equally notable views. It was now full sunshine and we were roasting. We then decided to head back to God's Window as there was every chance that the view had appeared. We made another stop ...

      I kissed the rain down in Africa...

      A travel blog entry by mickruddy on Jul 04, 2013

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      ... film was it was still a great day! We got home and being the gem that Kaylee is, she organised my Safari tour to start the next day, Monday morning! I cannot thank her enough, the safari is hands down one of the top things I have ever done in my life and has left me with memories I will honestly cherish until I am bones! It all starts with me being picked up by a van and meeting my travel team which consisted of two of the coolest girls I have met! A four man team ...

      Canyons and Gold

      A travel blog entry by rtwma on Jan 02, 2012

      Seeing the third largest canyon in the world was amazing. Blyde Canyon was more beautiful than we imagined and it was an awesome side trip to this place. We did a couple of hikes and loved the scenery. South Africa is a beautiful country and we did not expect to see such a varied landscape. I couldn't believe there are so many evergreens! It almost felt like being in Banff.

      We also went to Pilgrim's Rest which ...