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The wind howled all through the night but when we woke the rain had stopped. At breakfast it was decided that we would embark on the climb despite the strong gusts that had not relented. We made our way up past all of our log homes, past the cabin where they bottle fresh spring water from the mountains and finally with a wave we passed Dave. The climb to the ancient bushman paintings was a steady up hill climb that definitely ...
... gun case inside on side of road. Muzzi contacted ranger but ok. Saw Giraffe, Waterbuck, Steenbok, Buffalo, Zebra, Squirrel, Mongoose and Impala of course. Muzzi said Impala most common and food for many predators, like a Big Mac and their markings on their behind is a black M. Finished late as Muzzi desperate to find Lions but no luck. Left through Numbi gate. Drove through very poor part of town. Buildings that looked derelict were actually fish ...
... ask my boss. When she came back she said , “Yes I was right we don’t stock Wifi!"
The next day the hostel owner told me that he didn’t have wifi but he knew a restaurant with free Wifi facilities. When we arrived we were met at the door by a young fellow. I said: “ I just want to check if you have wifi.” “Huh” he said, “is that a drink ?” (hahaha) I checked with the owner and yes they did ...
... left in the dark. Not the easiest of conditions to pack a tent up.
Anyways that day we commuted to Hazyview, which is just outside of Kruger National Park. My seat partner on the bus is Barb. She is an older woman traveling with her daughter, Desta, on the trip. She is old enough to be our mom or a very young grandma. They were also from the states bringing the total number of Americans for ...
... for $5. It was the same type of carving which had fallen on my head from the overhead rack of the bus a few days earlier in Swaziland.
At the Three Rondavels Viewpoint I was disappointed that the weather was cloudy and cold, and I quickly scrapped my plans to organize a group photo. I was even more disappointed that I didn’t direct the group to the left (northern) viewpoint which was more impressive ...