Merry Pebbles Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Left Kapama Game Reserve and drove through Kruger National Park - saw lions, rhinos, elephants and lots more, including some nice colourful birds and a fish eagle. Found a sausage tree (zoom in to see early stage "sausages"). Staying at rhino Post Lodge, where we have a tent/cabin on stilts, overlooking a hollow. After dark, can't go to the bar without ringing for a man with a gun to come and get us, so we don't get eaten.
Got our confirmation
that the bill had been paid by Mercedes UK and were able to leave the
garage at 1 pm. We left and drove to the town of Sabie using the
Panoramic route. On the way we visited the Horseshoe Waterfalls.
These are about 25 metres high. We had to walk to the falls and had
... spirit after Dingaan killed him and
took over his reign.”
“If you go up that road you can see the place where Piet Retief
and his men were killed after Dingaan realized they were trying to
exploit the resources of his people. Later explorers found their
bones and buried them in a mass grave. See? You can just see the top
of the memorial they put up to mark the spot.”
We soaked it up. It didn't take long for ...
... unusual. The only drawback to our room is that the bathroom is only separated from the main room by a glass door so (if you were so inclined!!) you can watch each other on the toilet!!! Lovely! But later on we found that, if you have the lights on, the glass door become a mirror from the outside so nobody can see in but you can see out. I still think an ordinary door would be a lot simpler!
This evening ...
... and the Mac Mac Pools. Very nice, especially the Pools.
Dinner was had in town (big village really) at the Wild Fig Tree. Very good game dishes – so good that we have booked for tomorrow night too. Linda had a Bambi casserole (we can’t remember which **bock it was) and I went for ostrich fillet kebabs. Mmmm....
Its hard to believe we been here for a week already and time is flying, but we are indeed covering a lot of ...