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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... not have happened had not a massive earthquake occurred just 2 days after the selfie. Obviously, they caused it. Or so the idiots in Sabah State thought. We found out they spent a week in jail and had to pay the extortion of $1,300 US each. Ridiculous. I hope Malaysia's tourist industry suffers for this. Sure, you need to respect local customs, but if they're stone-age animists, perhaps this could be a teaching moment ...
... with a speed camera ahead. Phew for a 2nd time, we weren't stopped. I should add that we saw numerous Police with speed cameras and it will be an absolute miracle if we don't get fined for at least 1 violation during this trip! After passing through Lydenberg, we finally reached Sabie. We headed straight to the town centre supermarket and purchased a 5l box of red wine for about £8. Yes, really £8....happy days! On to ...
... limited; saw a herd of elephants (including some relatively young ones) on the opposite bank that Craig thought might have been watching for a lion. We never saw the latter. Other than a few crocodiles and some herons, it was rather quiet. On the way back to the Satara camp, we encountered some herds of zebras very close to the road who cooperated for photos. Also found a cute male "steenbok" (small deer) that literaly 'posed' for us. A few close-by ...
... we do not recognise.
We set off for a big sight-seeing day, as we had much to see. We motored through Graskop and carried on to northern most point of our day's journey – the Three Rondavels –although we stopped briefly at a view point over the Blyde River Canyon just before this. Great scenery.
From there, we headed back south to see Bourke’s Luck Potholes (again fantastic although more commercialised ...
... tent had burnt holes in three different places, probably using a cigarette, including an especially big hole near the entrance that he had used to take out our bags and belongings so he could search through them. Two further slits were found by our heads where he was probably looking for more valuables, and he was on Rob's side at the time he woke up.
The guy was nowhere to be seen when we got out the tent, but that didn't mean we were safe, so ...