The Sabie Townhouse Guest Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Sabie
... street. We settled in after a long day of driving and upon Anne's advice (she's the owner) we stopped in to the newly opened brew pub in town. I hadn't had a micro brew beer in eons (Wellington, New Zealand???) and loved their IPA. While there, we checked the news again to get an update on our new Canadian sibling friends Danielle and Lindsey. We met them on our 4 day boat trip across the Flores sea in Indonesia (see ...
... a little bit ahead of time, so we decided to take an alternative, more scenic route, to take in the southern most end of the Drakensberg Escarpment. We then started to climb up into the mountains and we discovered the problem of having a small car. Our 1.1 engine struggled with the climb, we were reduced to 3rd gear at 60 Kpm. No problem I would just go faster on the way down! The road signs also warned of severe potholes ...
... not going to turn out to be the case. Next morning the owner of the guest house asked where we had been the night before – she said that if we plan to go out after 6 again tonight she’d advise us to drive – it was literally across the road! We did walk over again and felt fine but Nick said he’d read the same about after dark – decided we’d just take a day at a time.
Anyway booked Kruger and drove to Baberton – smaller town ...
... to a room where we were allowed to stay for the night and Rob went back with a security guard (who was asleep) to pick up the belongings and pack up the tent so whoever was out there couldn't come back to steal more.
After that, we spent a sleepless night in a locked room with a bed and toilet. Neither of us able to drop off to sleep, suddenly realising just what had happened and what could have happened. We took stock of our belongings and ...
... area for hiking around with a large river, several small waterfalls, wildlife, canyons, and, apparently, its waters are good luck as we walked the river area amongst a wedding party whose first stop of their reception was here so the bride and groom could splash around in the river!
Eventually, we found our hotel in Hazyview, near one of Kruger's entrances, so we could get an all-day drive through the massive park before meeting up with our hiking group.