White House Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... giraffe and vervet monkeys. We only other critters we saw were the monkeys. While at the sanctuary we got acquainted with some elephant anatomy and habits by the guide Shepard. We were then taken on a short ride on the elephants, followed by observing them near a lake, walking with them, brushing them and giving them some snacks. The downside of course is that the elephants are in captivity, but we were told that ...
... 90 degrees. BUT, we no sooner entered the gates when our jeep was stopped by 10 elephants crossing the road. All females with, at least, 4 babies. We just sat watching while they took their time crossing. I swears that the last elephant to cross the road turned and nodded thank you to our jeeps. Our guide kept checking in with other guides about lion sightings. All of a sudden, he took off like a bat out of hell driving insanely down impossibly bumpy roads. The ...
... of our very early game drive was to see the predators that would still be active in the early morning light. Each of us held high hopes we would see a leopard or a lion. After passing herds of elephants and giraffes without so much as blinking we came across several hyenas out hunting. Our bus slowed so that we could observe the slanted back creatures sniff out a scent trail. We were fortunate to witness a female bark territorial cries as she didn't ...
... tea at 9-9.45 at cafe/shop. Bought Kruger info book. Ate my muffin and pear. Yellow billed Hornbill (he's the one in Lion King who was advisor to one of the Lions, can't remember which one). Ticked animals that I'd seem today from the list in the book. Lunch at Skuksa 12.45 for an hour. Big shop but all touristy stuff. I sat in outdoor area of restaurant and had African beef stew, nice but not heated through, sat overlooking Sabie ...
Here we are on the outskirts of Kruger National Park, after a five-hour drive. E was fine, despite our misgivings - he slept in his car seat for a couple of hours in the morning, played in a fabulous baby room and had a nappy change at the most kiddy-friendly roadhouse I've ever seen, and then slept for another ...