The Sabie Townhouse Guest Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today Carol and I finished up at Malelane and headed to Arathusa. It was a long 5hr car journey that consisted of many dirt roads, numerous livestock blocking the roads and many potholes. We arrived at Arathusa at 3pm where we dropped off our bags and I went for a quick swim in the horizon pool overlooking ...
... lunch since Craig was driving and couldn't- ha ha!
After lunch we started our waterfall drive- seeing three different ones. Some required a bit of a walk so we were on the lookout for snakes (none found) and Craig managed to crack his toe so was bleeding everywhere (can snakes smell blood? maybe that's just sharks???) but the waterfalls were all really beautiful (and Craig's toe was fine!).
We rolled into Graskop ...
... 2) as Art and I spoke to two local girls, a guy pulls up on the sidewalk, in full camouflage dress, riding a ****** dirt bike and the girls squeal to each other that here comes the cool "hot" guy in town! This rather homely looking fella joins us for a drink and proceeds to go on and on about how all the problems in SAfrica are due to the "caffers" (think "N" word). Apparently, he was "hot" and quite educated!! ;)
3) to impress girls as they leave the ...
... We checked out Mitch's Bridge the one that had been broken and the water was so strong that the sides (both) had been pushed through and there was a big hole were the water had washed the road through to the other side and out. This was now a priority to fix, so likely a job for tomorrow.
We got to the House and I was paired up with Z for a room-mate. I had to get a second pillow because I didn't bring the one that had been attached to my arm since Saturday night ...
... will soon lose his place as head of the pride when a younger and stronger male fights him off. The young male will then kill all the cubs, as they are perceived as competition for the affection of the lionesses. We had an amazing sighting as we witnessed a trio of lionesses go in for the kill of a giraffe (don't worry, Taryn and Nora, the giraffe got away). Without any overt communication, they ...