White House Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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After spending the night in a rustic round hut in the national park we woke at 4:00 AM and after a light breakfast were off on a early morning game drive. It seems that in Kruger Park every direction you look there are animals...elephants, giraffes, zebras, rhinos, hippo, warthogs. It is an adjustment to accept that yes...we just witnessed a herd of elephants pass directly in front of the truck. We got incredibly close to the animals during our game drive. ...
... and guacamole. Brian stayed in car while I shopped and had lunch. Bought solar light (180 rand) like Philips. Went to Lisbon falls (awesome) that was Blyde river. Then Gods window which is awesome view of valley. Natural bush looks just like a garden!! Budlia's and aloes growing wild. Also tree ferns but they all look burnt, Brian said they are native. Arrived at Perry's Bridge Hollow, Hazyview Boutique Hotel at 3. Checked in. ...
... for lunch. Yes, pancakes. But for a true understanding think French crepes with filling, both sweet or savory, wrapped in a pancake instead. Many wanted to remain in Graskop longer merely to be able to work their way through the menu trying the different, and very delicious, pancake combinations. An efficient check into the hotel, with a welcoming glass of Amarula was followed by all wandering the open rooms and marvelling at the art ...
... Apparently it's quite rare to see this, and I was excited to get both pictures and videos of it. We continued on our way on numerous gravel dirt roads, seeing lots of Elephants, Zebras, Impalas, Warthogs, Buffalo, etc. The closest sightings though....we more giraffes. Today was simply a giraffe kind of day. We got to within 15 feet of three large ones for a good 15 minutes. At this location we saw lots of monkeys, one male, and three ...
... 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 ...