White House Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Stopped at Mbabane high in the mountains. A modern clean city unlike most other African cities. The administrative centre of Swaziland. Then we climbed higher and turned north towards Pigs Peak. A very scenic road through golden countryside. More prosperous here than in the east with plenty of pasture for the animals many of which spend their day wandering on the highway. We took the right hand option around the lake and very glad we did as the scenery continued to impress. ...
... place between the owner and the Japanese, they want full rights to him On the return trip we stopped for me to take a photo of a couple of ostriches just inside a fenced area, then we headed up a side road, at the end of that was the Boabab restaurant, the menu was written in Afrikans. It was all based on savoury and sweet pancakes, so Ria and I went halves in a sweet and a savoury, both were nice. There are a couple of large Boabab trees on the property, hence the ...
... did get accosted by a group of women who wanted him to pose for a photo with them. Not sure what it was all about. Bradley had been approached earlier and he was terrified of the women, not sure what he thought they were after! After a pancake lunch we headed back. Instead of eating out we went into a local supermarket and sorted ourselves a picnic dinner where we did try some Biltong. It is an early night tonight as we have a safari to go on ...
... impala, a couple of crocs and then a
bloody great GIRAFFE ….. absolutely fantastic!!!!!!! We saw 3 more groups of rhinos and got verrrry close!! The other group saw 5 or 6 giraffes…so we were a little envious!! Other spottings were pigmy mongoose, buffalo, more zebra…..and a great sunset accompanied by some very welcome sundowners.
Along the way Jan had the need to enlighten our guide about the use of ...
My goals for this Southern Africa trip were primarily to get to know the people, to better understand the history and to experience the culture. I knew that Safaris would be part of this experience but I had no idea what to expect. What an amazing experience! I am so fortunate! Our delightful camp within Kruger National Park is called Mjejane, after an African chief. We began our first evening with a sunset drive across Crocodile River and further ...