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... at R60 person this a definitely something to add to your "to do" list. We were treated to an hours unforgettable display of these magnificent raptors in full flight as they demonstrated their hunting skills. Greg and Alison have 3 English pointer dogs who take part in the demonstration and keep everyone amused. Also visited the Valley Bakery who mill their own flour and make fresh bread daily, a great place to stop for tea and a snack to get you through the ...
... in the Drakensberg (dragons back) mountains, the name is actually a misnomer, and there are no real mountains. Instead, the hike follows (more or less) the edge of what must be one of the most impressive escarpments in the world. On one side, you look out over stunning green valleys and a drop of over 1500 meters. Given the hike is at 3000-3300 meters you often look down on a carpet of cloud and feel like you're in an airplane. On the other side, you ...
... hidden by a tantalising veil of green and later swathed in the more familiar agricultural blanket. Neither veil nor blanket could completely smother the basalt cliffs, which peek through wherever they survive. If Karoo is a geological anatomy lesson, then Drakensberg is a cabaret act. After 6000km in 24 days, the road brought us back to Vera-Ann and what has already become a home-from-home. Peace, space, a beautiful garden and a warm welcome from a big-hearted hostess........Bliss. ...
... on New Years' Eve, but early-to-bed-and-early-to-rise is the way it goes in these parts. Spain it ain't! I was dimly aware of some sort of war breaking-out around midnight. Hostilities ceased after about half an hour and my slumbers continued, largely undisturbed. We were packed and gone by 08.00, on the road to the Royal Natal National Park. This small section of a 300km long escarpment is as dramatic as it is beautiful. A high basalt cliff atop a steep incline of ...
... is a series of five step-falls, with the largest step being the first at 400 meters! Josh told us that if we wanted to get a better view that we should hop the river and go to the cliffs on the other side. It had been raining the previous week so the river was at its strongest it had been all year, so jumping over the river was a little sketchy, but it was only 2-3ft deep. A few of the girls didn’t make it all the way so they got a ...