Sefapane Lodge and Safaris
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My little rentacar Volkswagen took me to the lowfeld via Nelspruit, Hoedspruit to Phalaborwa. Phalaborwa is famous for a few things. The biggest hole in the ground;-) the copper mine. The gate to the Krugerpark and the airport where I flew an aerobatic competition in 1989. The reason I drove down to the lowfeld was that my cousin is doing her …
... of wine with our friends and a nap before tea at four. Four-thirty was the start of our evening safari and we were home by eight for dinner. Bedtime came early because of that 5:00 wake-up call. You can see we worked hard eating and sitting every day.
The safari vehicles hold nine passengers but our camp only put six to a truck. For the first two rides we shared the truck with a couple from England. After that we were on ...
Early start today, left camp at 6.30. Whilst having coffee before leaving we watched a pair of woodland kingfishers in trees just outside our chalet. Lovely brightly coloured birds.
A very large herd of zebra and wildebeest were just outside the camp gates. Zebra and wildebeest are often found together as they both eat the same grass. Wildebeest pull out the long grass with their tongues like cattle and the zebra then close crop the remaining grass with their teeth.
... Wimpy's after ensuring that our bags had in fact been checked through. Then we waited at gate E9 to board a small jet that would take is to Kruger/ Skukuza in approximately 40 minutes- just long enough to catch a quick nap.
We landed to cloudy conditions and it had rained earlier after an extremely hot day the day before. The new airport is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen. Once again there was no one holding a board with our name on it when ...
... peculiar animal. My cries of 'oh what's that?' Were quickly diminished as the animal stood up. 'Oh it's a chicken' not the best start to animal spotting on safari.
Having just passed through ...