Porcupine Ridge Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... sport here. We saw lots of them on the road, and they all seemed to be BMWs. And they were all ridden by whites. Although we've been in the park for 9 days and haven't seen much of the "real" South Africa, it would be pretty hard not to notice that most of the restaurant and hotel customers are white. Whites here make up about 9% of the population. Most of the tourists in Kruger seemed to be elderly white ...
Today Carol and I finished up at Malelane and headed to Arathusa. It was a long 5hr car journey that consisted of many dirt roads, numerous livestock blocking the roads and many potholes. We arrived at Arathusa at 3pm where we dropped off our bags and I went for a quick swim in the horizon pool overlooking ...
... for the day and made it back to Satara with about 15 minutes to spare before the gates closed.
Craig cooked a great top-sirloin steak, baked "Murphys" (potatoes), salad, and grilled avocados. We never have had the latter and they're quite good cooked on the grill (and are in season in South Africa so they're cheap; about 10 cents each.)
Tomorrow we do the same routine again and then pull out of the Satara camp and head south.
... actually speechless. After finding this we were flooded with email addresses of people wanting the photos- one planned to write an article in the local paper so we might end up famous here- all in all we thought it was pretty neat!
So we are now off to Blyde River Canyon and Kruger National Park so we are looking forward to seeing more animals and not having our little hyundai trampled by an elephant or rammed by a rhino- wish us ...
... 2) as Art and I spoke to two local girls, a guy pulls up on the sidewalk, in full camouflage dress, riding a ****** dirt bike and the girls squeal to each other that here comes the cool "hot" guy in town! This rather homely looking fella joins us for a drink and proceeds to go on and on about how all the problems in SAfrica are due to the "caffers" (think "N" word). Apparently, he was "hot" and quite educated!! ;)
3) to impress girls as they leave the ...