Sefapane Lodge and Safaris
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 …
... using what I can only describe as a slightly smaller machete to chop up all sorts of fruit and veg including butternut squash, eggplant, Papaya, bananas etc... And then I was lucky enough to be one of the volunteers on babysitting duties. This chore consisted of spending the whole morning and afternoon watching three baby baboons whilst sitting by the pool in the sun. Such a hard ...
... visited. Met up with two other volunteers and started the hour long drive to the monkey rehabilitation centre. First stop on the journey.... Booze! Starting to feel at home already. Don't worry all, I won't go too crazy. I have now settled into my room and visited most all of the vervet monkeys and the baboons, they are all so adorable. It's safe to say I'm looking forward to ...
We begin our day with an early morning bush walk- Sally, I am afraid no pictures of wild dogs, There are only 150 in Kruger Went on a walk that was a lot about poop. We actually had a spitting contest with it. It is either popular with the African children or a way to really stick it to the tourist. I was hoping the first person that was asked to do this would say no, but everyone said yes, so what was I to do? Talk about ...
... of his pocket and used it to show us the southern cross. He told us how to tell if it was the true southern cross or not, by seeing if there was a certain star next to it. Also he pointed the super bright laser pointer at another set of stars and told us that this was Scorpio (the constellation that looked like a scorpion). The foolproof way to tell where Scorpio was, was his tail looked like a question mark without the dot. After some talk about the science ...