Merry Pebbles Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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But awaiting us after the Amarula road was the Blyde River Canyon. It's the 3rd largest canyon in the world but I have no idea how they measure that. Needless to say, it is stunning. Our guidebook says most tourists skip it because they are shuttling between Johannesburg and Kruger National Park. But it's right on our way out of the park.
We went up and down lots of hairpin curves and had ...
Got the morning phone call at 4:30am to wake us up for the morning drive. Must say it was totally worth it!!!!! We saw 13 lions feasting on a freshly killed zebra, elephant, rhino, leopard etc. Got back to the lodge and had a cooked breakfast at 8:30am looking over the lake. At ...
... been easy driving but when we started to look for a guesthouse was when we noticed the serious security here. All houses surrounded by electric fences and topped by barbed wire and notice saying "Immediate Armed Response" – we couldn't get a peek at the places – had to buzz to state what you wanted then they 'd come out to look at you and let you in. Wondered if we were in a rough area but after 3 weeks here have discovered it’s the norm. Had got a txt on the ...
... to us that there may be a daily limit for vehicles entering the park. Nowhere had we seen this written, and nobody had mentioned this to us. The guard at the gate advised us to get there at 6am the next day to be certain of entry. Sometimes it doesn’t pay to be spontaneous when travelling!! And so with nothing else to do we ventured into the town of Hazyview for an early night, where we made the most of the Belgian Bakery, the Sushi restaurant and some nice ...
... to act as the 'ears' and figure out what we should do. Jenny, thinking Rob was telling her off for stealing the covers, loudly said 'What?!' and turned over. Immediately the guy outside froze, as did Jenny, who, from her angle, could clearly see that the man was right outside the tent on Rob's side.
We sat in absolute silence, paralysed by fear and just held hands, praying that this guy would just go away. Sure enough, after the longest ...