Sefapane Lodge and Safaris
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- Swimming pool
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... young boys for their army. One day, when he was eleven, he heard guns. He and nine other boys ran. They walked from Mozambique across Kruger into South Africa. One boy was trampled by an elephant, and one boy eaten by a crocodile. The rest made it. Nelson was taken in by a teacher at a school by our lodge. Hard to believe by looking at this gentleman that he had experienced this horrible beginning, This has been an amazing ...
... vehicle to accommodate everyone so we splint into two groups, going different routes. Spotlights on the go we trundled through sunset into the darkness of Kruger. If spotting wildlife through the thick scrub is hard during the day try doing it at night with only headlights and two spotlights. We did not go completely unrewarded. One of the first creatures to be caught in our spotlight was a small fox like animal called a Janet. Very cute with its little pointy ears and bushy ...
... of man that you care for him?
You made him a little lower than the heavenly beings
and crowned him with glory and honor
You made made him ruler over the works of your hands;
you put everything under his feet:
All flocks and herds, and the beasts of the field,
the birds of the air, and the fish of the sea
All that swim the paths of the seas
O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name
in all the ...
... bus from
Joburg to Nelspruit. Nelspruit is the provincial capital of Mpumalanga and very
close to Mozambique and Swaziland. The ride in was beautiful as Nelspruit is surrounded
by plenty of canyons. However, our bus somehow couldn’t pack properly and we
were stopped for two hours at a weigh station because we were overweight. I had
to jump off the bus along with some other passengers to pass the inspection and
then we were allowed back on (which makes ...
... sort of laughed. After breakfast we went to check out with Dave's wife who we met for the 1st time. Horror of horrors was a very large lady. On to the Spar shop to stock up on provisions, cheese, crackers and more wine. It was then into Kruger National Park entering through the Phalaborwa Gate. We drove along H9, a long straight tarmac road, to Letaba camp, where we stopped for a coke. En-route we saw impala, elephant, kudu and Burchell's zebra. Jackie asked if the elephants were ...