Bakkers Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... golfcourse wich is half situated in the Kruger park. Michale , a very kind greenkeeper took me on his golfcart to hole 17 where 6 Giraffe were wandering around and drinking in the pool between 17 and the tee box of 18. Not only Giraffe but also Baboons, Impala and Hippo on the golf course. You dont want to find your ball in the water hazard. The hippo will bite you in two, or three..........:-) Next trip will be, weather allowing, flying via Botswana to Zambia to visit friends at Vic ...
... He believed that the next-generation was going to be much better. He did say though that both the government and the parents of these children were going to have to work to make the next-generation lives better. The guide that gave this talk is called Nelson. He told us about his childhood. He was born in Mozambique. His parents told him to run and do not look back if he ever heard guns. There would be soldiers trying ...
... on this adventure have been the times I have spent growing closer to God, and allowing others to help me grow closer to Him. God has put on my heart two Men, David and Daniel. Both men expressed an amazing passion for loving God, and David in particular for loving his enemies. Two men whom I hope to emulate. If experiences have not granted you everything you thought they would, then I encourage you to join me on this quest. Find someone ...
... seen. No luck but did have some great jackal sightings. One of the jackals was busy hunting in the deep grass on the side of the road and was very interesting to watch.
We also saw a beautiful malachite kingfisher, a koorihaan and martial eagle. We stopped and checked things out at Olifants and then continued on. We had stopped at the great overlook before the turnoff to Olifants and you could see ...
Again we got up early and left the campsite at 4:30am for a game drive. We drove along the Letaba River. We saw lots of bird varieties. Paul parked us in the middle of the Letaba Bridge. We got out and had a little walk along the bridge. From here we saw many birds, large crocodiles and hippos.
As we drove around we suddenly stopped – a Dusky Indigobird was spotted. It was then time to head back to camp. We stopped at the Mantambeni Hide. This hide was ...