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... m hoping this cut hours off our drive as it was a little bit of a hassle). We arrived at our camp around six pm. It is gorgeous. Everyone has their own hut with a porch gazing onto the bushveld. The rooms are elegantly decorated. It is like being in a fancy hotel. The common area is equip with a pool, a flagstone patio with a fire pit and an open air kitchen and dining room. After settling in we enjoyed a brae BBQ and headed to bed as we had another early wake ...
... your comments. Internet is still slow so it will take time, keep checking for updates. Thanks M for being concerned that I ate tinned South Africans in entry no. 9. I was finding it hard to explain Chakalaka and obviously didn't check the entry before I published it. Chakalaka is a mix of vegies in a spicy sauce, really yummy! No I'm not a cannibal !! Oh and after last night I have seen the big 5 (Buffalo, Elephant, Rhino, Lion and ...
... The owners had opened the rooms to local artists to design and decorate and what results is an eclectic mix of kitch and quirky, but so much fun. Everyone had their cameras out taking pics of the various rooms with much laughing and merriment. From here it was serious shopping or enjoying probably the best swimming pool thus far. A delicious dinner was served of either roast beef or rainbow trout, both of which were excellent. Another fabulous ...
... cool. We rested and had personal time until about 1:30 when we regrouped on the lodge deck for another sumptuous meal. Lunches consisted of soups and many and varied salads. Then off for an afternoon nap before we gathered at 4:00 PM for "tea" and sweets before getting underway for our evening of animal viewing at about 4:30. We stayed out until about 8 - 8:30 PM depending on whose tracks we were following, or the activity of animals we had found. There is of ...
... and then showed Paul the section where you can see the photos showing poaching and the effects it has on wildlife, as well as some of the traps that are used. All very informative and interesting.
We drove onto Crocodile Bridge Restcamp and filled up with diesel and then on towards Berg en Daal Restcamp. Stopping on the way by a very large dam we had lunch and watched zebra, warthogs, and waterbuck coming down for ...