The Sabie Townhouse Guest Lodge

Power Street, Sabie, Mpumalanga, 1260, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B is located on Power Street, Sabie.
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    Travel Blogs from Sabie

    Day 1 - Here We Go Again!

    A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 04, 2013

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... traffic free. We stopped at a service station and had a burger and chips. Jackie declared that she definitely wasn't having steak tonight! Jackie also went to panic mode about now, disaster of all disasters, she believed she had not packed her hair straighteners. We then had a lengthy conversation about how she would do her hair and I had to promise that I wouldn't moan if her went fluffy. Of course, I never moan! We ...

    God's Window and the Motorbike Kid

    A travel blog entry by trent on Sep 03, 2010

    23 photos

    ... Gods Must be Crazy) and Wonder view, which are basically the same viewpoint of the area...very nice views. We drove to Echo Cave, but didn't go in as they said it takes like two hours to hike. So, we headed back and visiting the Three Rondavels along the way, a natural rock formation that resembles a rondavel, or traditional African-style house. Then we stopped by Bourke's Luck Potholes, an area known for its natural swirling whirlpools (in high season). It's ...

    No Fishing, Breaks Causing Breaks & Safe Entries

    A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 26, 2010

    4 photos

    ... do the x-ray and then it was back in to see the dr for assessment: I had indeed fractured my wrist (or "cracked" it as he stated). As there was no damage to either my elbow or shoulder, he deemed there to be ligament damage in my elbow too. It was a relief that I wasn't just imagining the pain though (and I also couldn't wait to tell A so that my competitive side could set into action). I now had to wear a brace for the next 6weeks (R300 worth of brace...) but that, being ...

    Day 1 and Straight Into It

    A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Dec 29, 2009

    So I've arrived at Enkosini and finished my first day of work. I’ve had a nice shower to get rid of all the dust I’ve collected driving behind C all day.

    Yesterday, the other volunteer and myself met up for breakfast then did a little supermarket shop before waiting to be picked up at lunch time. We were picked up by the Volunteer Coordinator who took us to lunch with 2 of the rangers who I was to be working with. After lunch we were to do all the ...

    Charge of the wild one

    A travel blog entry by mamatross on Sep 07, 2008

    ... away at the sight of the vehicle, it CHARGED us. Terrified? No, we were brave. It was a wild hare. The lights confused it so much we couldn't actually get rid of it at the wheels of the jeep. So many amazing stories. Leopards, lion and cheetah so close that we could reach out and touch. Mala Mala was an incredible experience that neither of us shall ever forget. On to the next adventure. I'll try to catch up soon. ...