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 …
... on to it as money becomes available. Very few houses have any type of mortgage. The South African have a history similar to that in the US. A tribe from the north pushed out or killed most of the San people and took over. The ones they did not kill they put on reservations, basically unwanted land. Our speaker admitted that there was tension between the different tribes. However most tension is still with the ...
... 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 ...
... God, and that had been a priority, but Wanderlust had sung her song, and I dove in by the second chord.
At first, I was drowning and did not know it. Slowly, however, the high of travel wares off. I felt like the bottom dropped out and I did not know why, but in these moments are when God works. He drew me into himself, and is still doing so. I had the experience this weekend of travelling up to Kruger National Park with the ...
... the Olifants river. The breakfast food is OK but not the best but the view is still quite awesome. We saw some great groups of elephants moving down to the river and some of them crossing the river. Nice time.
Did a walk around the huts and then went back and checked into our room It was nice enough, had our own shower and toilet which was a luxury after a month of camping! Got ourselves settled in and then went for our ...