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TravelPod Member ReviewsTamboti Camp Kruger National Park
Bellissimo! Una notte in questa tenda di lusso con tutti i comfort, ci siamo rilassati e abbiamo fatto una bellissima escursione.
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Yesterday we drove into Kruger, on the road in we got stopped at a check point, this was OK but when we were about to leave we got asked if we had bread, with two puzzled faces we wondered if you were'nt allowed to take it into the park for some reason so we asked why did they want to know if we had bread, the answer, because she was hungry!!!! So we gave them a couple of slices then the check she asked us to check the expiry date. One of the most ...
A predawn start so we could make the 6am gate opening to Kruger Park. We entered through the southern Numbi gate and started our morning game drive around the southern section of the park. The bush here is fairly thick and scrubby so we didn't see a lot in the morning before our arrival at our lunchtime and camping location in the park at Skukuza. The park here is very well catered for in comparison to every park we have been to. ...
... amongst all this we buy a laptop, as we had huge problems getting our photos off the camera and onto cd’s as the internet cafes wont let you load anything onto the machines. Sadly this is also the point where we lose everyone who is not carrying on, which is nearly everyone. Marsha is leaving to stay with her friend, Ryas heading home and Lauren and Olivia are carrying on meeting people on route. Danielle's off with her family in Cape town but we do go and have ...
... which was quite funny. We also saw two ostriches mating which was interesting J.
That same day we also went to Cango Caves and had a tour, there are several caves underground which years ago the local bushman tribe thought were haunted by evil spirits so never went in them, but then the whiteman came and made the caves a tourist attraction so the bushman moved away from the area back in the 1800s and it’s been a growing tourist attraction every ...
... thing. We have joined hands a number of times already as we have sat down to meals and said grace together. It's quite wonderful to do that and genuinely be so thankful for this incredible opportunity for Dad to get to know his sisters and to all be able to share the experience.
This morning we woke up for the first time on the farm - Rob was preparing to feed the sable and Aunt Fee ...