White House Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Planned for a day of catching up with photos and taking it easy. I needed to get to the store to buy some data for my phone so we went to the shops, I bought a new notebook while I was there as my trusty old Smiggle one has been falling to pieces I began trying to identify animals and birds in photos, next thing Johan and Ptera are getting ready to head out ...
... two mating lion slitting beside the road. Apparently, lions mate for three days straight with very little food or water. These two had been at it for some time and just laid by the side of the road. They got up and moved a little then, went to a stream to take a drink. We stayed there watching for about 30 Minutes. At that time, the lioness started walking away and the male mounted her. A good time was had by all. We started beating it back to the gate to get out of ...
... when it came to protecting her pups. Several minutes passed before we could tear our eyes and cameras (in some cases) from the engrossing hyenas. Farther up our road we saw a car parked looking at something. We had become so spoilt that we said "Oh, its probably just more elephants", but as we approached we saw something completely different. Against the African sunrise we saw three cheetahs munching on breakfast. They are really elegant animals with ...
... were 3 Elephants in the reeds and another 2 under a tree on the opposite side. Saw Elephant, Rhino, Warthogs, Helmeted Guineafowl, Crocodile, lilac breasted roller, kingfisher, Vervet monkeys. The park is 2 million hectares Back to hotel 3.30. Unpacked. Changed. Left to walk to Hazyview. Safari girl braves South African streets. Felt brave. Philip the porter said to me busy busy and asked where I was going. He wanted to come with me. I ...
... then into areas that could have been Wales or the moors of Devon and Cornwall. We entered the little town of Graskop and passed through to Blyde River Canyon and God's Window. And once more my vocabulary is found wanting..... This magnificent canyon, with the river below, stretched out before us with jagged cliffs, varying reds and cream to ochre and orange: green plateaus soared above. Absolutely breathtaking. From here we went to ...