Dar Amane Guest Lodge

2 President street, Graskop, Mpumalanga, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 President street, Graskop.
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Travel Blogs from Graskop

Arrival in South Africa

A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Feb 21, 2014

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... Black Duck and a White-breasted Cormorant were the only aquatic birds I found. Ann spotted a Hoopoe and I managed some distant photos of Familiar Chat and African Pied Wagtail.

We returned to Graskop for 5pm and collected some supplies. With just a little light left I had another look around near the cottage and added African Palm Swift and Cape Batis to the bird list. The weather seemed promising for a better day tomorrow.

Dinner consisted of a braai in the ...

Dar Armane

A travel blog entry by tori58 on Jul 03, 2013

... on the outskirts of big towns and then plantations - the garden route was the same - disgusting!!! we look at the falls, can't see much too many pine trees, north of Graskop there are fewer but still far too many plantations. it would be like drawing a 10 meter ring around Ayers Rock and planting pines right up to it!!! Drive up to the 3 Rondevals - fantastic, but the pines ...

Crisp Cascades and a classic canyon

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Mar 15, 2012

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... on. One may say, these crisp cascades weren't so crisp with a nude beardy in the way. Once again, cheeky clouds were around, but we still managed to get some awesome shots. Shaun and Karen, two, cheeky clouds, one.
At the end of the day, we managed to beat the clouds through fierce competition. We looked back at our photos and admired the beauty of the crisp falls and classic canyon that South Africa had served up for us, on route to the famous Kruger National ...

Travelling by bus

A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Oct 03, 2011

... the landscape is wonderful but it's the people that fascinate me. The faces of Africa: people walking everywhere, on the side of the roads, through fields, mothers carrying their babies on their backs, groups of workers huddled together waiting for a ride home after working in the fields, young people sitting around a fire by the side of the road, cows, goats and chickens milling around.
We arrived around 6 PM. The last 11 km, were on a rough narrow road into the bush. ( I ...

Cruising through Kruger.

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Jun 28, 2011

... I was asked very slowly ‘DO YOU UNDER STAND ENGLISH ’. This man was a real prick!

The fine for failing to indicate in the car park was to be US$140. I was at fault and I was prepared to pay the fine, but not before I told him that his attitude to tourists who had only in the country for a nano second was appalling. At this point he told Gael to put away her money (I could tell Gael was on the point of offering a bribe, so his final gesture came at the right ...