Porcupine Ridge Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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So, after finding out the update on Lindsey and Danielle, we headed over to dinner at the Wild Fig and decided to eat some of those guys we'd been seeing in Kruger for 9 days. The menu was pretty amazing and we couldn't pass up a mezze platter of Crocodile kebob, Impala Kebab, and a Warthog carpaccio. Weird, but it worked and actually, was pretty amazing. The Warthog was smoked and cut thin and tasted ...
... 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 ...
... the short straw and should serve us. Waited at counter for ages then when I asked she said “You want African Music !!!”. Anyway we were very patient and the other lady strolled over and between them they came up with 2 cds for us. Everywhere closes at lunchtime so we strolled to the museum, went in and it looked like it had been burgled, a few photos hanging cock-eyed on the wall and some rocks around which you weren’t sure if they were part of the exhibition ...
... or three coaches present). Then south to stop at Wonder View and then God’s Window and its various viewpoints, and walk through the rain forest on the top of the hill – the rising mist that condenses at the top of the cliff/escarpment results in a microclimate, allowing rain forest vegetation to survive). Then south again to The Pinnacle for more pictures (nice waterfall in addition to the Pinnacle). Saw quite a ...
... third biggest in the world and the only one still growing apparently (as in getting deeper obviously!). We also took in the weird Bourke's Luck potholes where a river had cut perfectly circular holes in the rock face and ate lunch there in the company of dozens of little monkeys scavenging apples discarded by a bunch of school kids.
On we drove and we made it to the small and pleasant town of Barberton on the Swaziland border just before ...