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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... the zebra. All the other animals blended in with the landscape, but those beautiful zebra with those dazzling black and white stripes stood out
Notice the picture of the beautiful bird. We saw all sorts of birds. And I will be posting pictures of them, but I won't be very good at identifying them. So just enjoy the ...
... The Coffin, The Chimney and for the finale The Postbox where you shuffle yourself across an opening for a few meters then have to go head first through a gap of 27cm and slide down. Knysna was a little stop which I could have definitely spent more time at. Its a very cute town and the hostel we stayed at had a cool little Jack Russell called Fraser. Here we went out for pizza and did some beer tasting at a local restaurant.
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Jeffreys Bay is a ...
... it gets windy but this was windier than usual, which meant Table Mountain was closed for the day so we were unable to go up L. We checked into our hostel and then made our way into town and jumped on a big red bus to do a tour of the city. The tour took 2 hours and took us through District 6 – the old black community that got demolished by the Government in the 1970s to build more housing for the whites! We drove through Camps Bay, which is where ...
... Africa is the richest country in Africa, high standard living. More than half of all export earnings come from minerals and metals. South Africa is the world largest producer of platinum and gold, diamonds, chrome,coal. The land scape is beautiful 470,693 square miles,is about the size of Peru,or slightly larger the U.S. States of Texas,New Mexico, Oklahoma combined the country's large interior plateau averages about 5,000 ft above sea level. Primarily Savanna and ...
... on our first day and we saw the most amazing views on the coast and saw what a beautiful city cape town was. it was different from what i remembered, but then a lot had changed since the world cup.
We spent a week with the Thorpes - visited food fairs, went up table mountain and visited kirstenbosch. the time in between we spent shopping and were both persuaded into buying a wooden giraffe each ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOlifants Rest Camp Kruger National Park
We really liked the views of this rest camp & the animal sounds in the night.
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