Eagles Nest Lodge & Conference Centre
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Eagles Nest Lodge & Conference Centre Johannesburg
Travel Blogs from Johannesburg
... very basic kitchen equipment and two tiny bedrooms. He lives here with grandparents, partners, brothers and sisters, nephews and nieces. Apparently there are 21 people living in this tiny shack. He, and some of his family, have to sleep on the kitchen floor and he says when it rains, the roof leaks and the floor floods. They have been on the waiting list for housing for many years but nothing happens. They take electricity off the grid and share a portaloo toilet with 50 other ...
... washing in bowls and hanging it out on the fences. Many villagers still cook on open fires even though they will most likely have a gas cooker inside and most will have a pit toilet (long drop). It is strange being back in the city and the hotel feels very flash compared to our recent accommodation., it even has air conditioning although it is not as hot here compared to our last few ...
... call - Waterval Boven. In his haste to get on the highway John crossed a solid line on the road. We were immediately pulled over by the police! The conversation went thus........ Policeman: Sir, you crossed the line.
John: I'm very sorry
Policeman: It will be a 500 rand fine now.
John: That's a lot of money
Policeman: Maybe I could let you off with a ...
... at a wonderful camp held at the Lapapala site. A dozen years on, all those "campers" are in their twenties, some pushing thirty. Life is fleeting.
And of course there are many adults here that we’ve known from our periodic visits. Though I seem to come through every few years, Marjolaine’s last visit was in 2006, so she was overjoyed to see old friends again after such a long separation.
I had been invited to speak and decided to give a ...
... a bush waiting for the right moment to pounce! After about 10-15 minutes sitting watching him and the silly wildebeest who was none the wiser, BOOM he pounced …… and he missed!!!! It was quite far in the distance, but you could still see it all, and I got a great picture with the camera just as the young male lion was about to pounce. I really thought that the lion was going to get the better of the silly wildebeest, but today it gets to live another day, and I am ...