Sefapane Lodge and Safaris
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- Swimming pool
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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 …
... having a buffet, so I just stuffed myself every meal. It was great. Gotta get your money's worth! The desserts were especially good. Shevan became known for eating savoury, then sweet, then more savoury, an interesting style.
... were all that we could find. Even with 17 pairs of eyes keenly peeled. Moving off the beaten track a little we came across something a little more exciting. For a moment all we could see was a big grey butt. Soon however the big grey butt got a little antsy. Clearly this elephant did not like to be interrupted during its afternoon tea. Bryce quickly found the accelerator when said elephant trumpeted its frustration and started fairly rapidly towards us. Even with the bulk of My ...
... and bark are used to treat
pains and bites and a variety of other ailments.
Saw lots of
different animal tracks including the zebra and wildebeest and saw some
wildebeest off in the distance. More lion tracks and some buffalo
weaver nests about which we got another talk about how they position
their nest to take advantage of the solar heating.
Saw the rhino
rubbing post that were worn smooth and they also talked to ...
... were certainly below standard and segregated, they were allowed to visit Kruger Park. An official National Parks Board visitors guide, published in 1948, mention that accommodation was available at Pretoriuskop, Skukuza, Letaba and Punda Maria Rest Camps for "Asiatic, Coloured and Native" visitors. By 1960, a small camp (Balule) was opened for black visitors (Bulpin, T.V.; Treasury of Travel Series: The Kruger National Park. Creda, 1974). Later, during the ...