Cuckoo Ridge Bed & Breakfast

R536 Sabie / Hazyview Road, Hazyview, Mpumalanga, 1242, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B is located on R536 Sabie / Hazyview Road, Hazyview.
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    Travel Blogs from Hazyview

    Magoebaskloof To Hazyview and Kruger National Park

    A travel blog entry by patricia1957 on Nov 19, 2013

    13 photos

    ... Vince for all those squat exercises I made it up with ease. :-) That night we had dinner at the Shangana Cultural Village and as far as cultural evenings go this was one of the better ones we've experienced. We had a guided tour of a traditional village and met the Chief and got learn a little about how the Chief chooses his wives. Later in the evening we were entertained with dancing and drumming displays by his ...

    A Lazy Last Day at Hazyview

    A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 09, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... picture which is attached.

    We figured while we were out and about that we'd explore the hotel grounds somewhat. The hotel buildings were all situated at the top of a hill, and a large lawn descended from there down into trees in the distance. We made our way downhill but pretty soon got stopped by a very tall electrified fence which enclosed the property. Circling around we stopped at the children's play area and spent a few moments on the teeter-totter ...

    Long Drive, Topped with Elephant Entertainment

    A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 06, 2013

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... t flawless, but they did well. It was a tad circus-like at that point. They then had a large female come closer where we all gathered near. They went over several facts about the animal such as how its feet were designed to give cushion and support over irregular objects, as well as how the trunk operates and its uses. One annoyance throughout was this interpreter lady who would bark out what was said in Dutch. It wasn't that she was translating but ...

    Days 220-221: The scariest night of our lives

    A travel blog entry by robandjenny on Sep 13, 2010

    31 photos

    ... back to nature and very pleased to appear to have the camp ground almost to ourselves. Tired from a long day we went to sleep in the tent, looking forward to the next day's sites.

    Shortly after midnight in our cold tent, Rob woke up and could see the silhouette of a man, his shadow cast by the street light outside. Thinking this guy was walking near our tent, which was a bit worrying as we were the only tent in the area, Rob quietly woke ...

    Finding New Roads

    A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 07, 2010

    11 photos

    ... the giraffe. Nothing there but on the way down I did see a male kudu. (Love their horns, this one must’ve been equivalent to in his 20s because he only had 2 turns and the older they are the more turns they have apparently.) When I finally got to checking the fence line I ran across (not literally) a bird I’ve never seen before so I need to try to identify it at some stage. About a minute after that I got my first people on the property. There were 2 guys chopping ...