Porcupine Ridge Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... best prosciutto. Deanne had the trout and we shared it all over a great bottle of Chenin Blanc, one of South Africa's specialties. Two large meals, a bottle of wine, and 2 digestivs later, we walked across the street to our room - fat, happy, and not broke. And no endangered species were harmed.
We tried 2 new digestivs. I rarely drink these at home. But for a little over a buck, why not try a "Springbokkie" ...
... reintroduced into the
population at a later date. This is often done in teams of two and
the nests that we collect from are spread all over the country, so I
haven't been around Mabula very often as of late. Using early season
nest checks and average incubation times we are able to predict an
approximate hatching date and that's when we arrive at the nest
marked for harvest. Then, usually very early in the morning, we head
out with a long ladder, ...
... over night stop at Hillwatering Country House. Very nice, particularly the large balcony verandah with views out to the Drakensberg mountain range. The owner Ane recommended a South African restaurant called The Wild Fig Tree for our 1st meal. After a glass of wine and a shower we went to bed for an hour. Luckily we woke up as planned and read the guest information, where we discovered that The Wild Fig Tree specialised in ...
I realise these travel entries are late and so I've decided to summarise and offer a few nuggets of info that hopefully will inspire you to 'get out there'.
After Kruger, headed up to God's Window...so called because well if God designed a mahogany bow window, then this would be the view outside! Perched on mountainside, we had a simply stunning view of the savannah grasslands leading across to the edge ...
... troops along the road today. Finally, we drove into Pilgrim’s Rest, and old (and restored) gold mining town, for a spot of tea/iced coffee and "milk tart".
Phew, what a day, what a lot of kilometres and what a lot of pictures/video. We have been very lucky to have a gorgeously sunny day adn to see the Panorama at its best – the day we arrived was cloudy and hazy. However, the limestone geology in this area ...