Schneider'S Guest House
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Started the day by eating breakfast at the pancake shop Then went off to check out the local stores, I found a bird book for Murray, and a book about the animals in Kruger park so I bought 4, also bought a few other bits and pieces to take home We caught up with Petra at her store, she owns Panorama Info, where they also sell different biltong as a sideline Petra came with us to Elephant ...
... did get accosted by a group of women who wanted him to pose for a photo with them. Not sure what it was all about. Bradley had been approached earlier and he was terrified of the women, not sure what he thought they were after! After a pancake lunch we headed back. Instead of eating out we went into a local supermarket and sorted ourselves a picnic dinner where we did try some Biltong. It is an early night tonight as we have a safari to go on ...
... our fellow Germanic travellers either did not understand…or did not approve of our smutty allusions ……not even a smile was cracked!!!
Dinner was delicious…and the day’s spectacular travel and sightings were capped off by an a capella performance of 3 or 4 songs by the entire hospitality staff….great harmonies. What a spectacular finish to another very exciting and stimulating day of travel!!!! ...
... out of Kruger has ever returned. The reasons given were that it is too far away and too expensive. Our Joburg guide had said that anyplace that is too far to walk is considered far away. Very few people own private cars. The park entry for local people is about $20 per vehicle. It has been a great experience for us but I hope for a time in the near future when the local people are able to return to the land of their ancestors, at least as ...
... break at about sunset, where the jeep is parked in a pretty spot, and our ranger and tracker served G & T's, beer, or wine, along with an assortment of tasty tidbits. Hoe civilized! Upon arrival back at Camp, staff escorted us into the boma (British Officers Mess Area) for another luxurious meal. Dinners consisted of hearty soups, followed by a large salad, which was followed by a full meal of meat, vegetables and desserts. Wine and liquors flowed freely. With ...