Forest View Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsForest View Guest House Sabie
Guesthouse was very nice. Massive room. The bathroom is bigger than my bedroom. Bike parking in garage for the night so we didn't even take the panniers off. Good rates. Not having breakfast though. Hitting road early.
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... on a creme de menthe liquer) or a "Van der Hum" (a brandy with herbs and spices. Deanne got the Springbokkie and she asked how my drink tasted. I said it was like a "hug wrapped in kisses."
The next morning, we backtracked a bit and went to some waterfalls we missed. They're all over the place. We also went on a short hike at the "Secretary Bird" walk near Mac Mac pools. The places were even more lovely than ...
... music playing but didn’t feel like we would be welcome, maybe that’s not true but I did feel like we would have to ask if we could go in. Hoping to hear lots of African music while we are here.
We are ff to Kruger game park tomorrow, we had to get all the food sorted out as we are staying in huts in the park. James has just discovered today that the animals won’t be behind a big fence, he’s trying to picture what he is in for! Wonder what he will ...
... and well worth the effort. Tonight it’s back to The Wild Fig Tree and then, tomorrow, it’s on to the Kruger.
PS: At the Wild Fig Tree, Roland had crocodile kebabs and Linda had trout with avocado and brazil nuts. Both decided that the taste was good but not one that they would necessarily rush to have again. Roland commented that the blackened alligator he had many moons ago in Cambridge was better than the ...
We have a good sleep in and head for Kruger National Park. After arriving at the gate we are informed that the park is at full capacity as there is a long weekend in South Africa. We assess the situation and Mark comes up with a plan to drive around Blyde River Canyon and ...
... to North Gate to drop that off and while we were there Ch showed us (F, myself and A – one of the Volunteer Co-ordinators) a road that previously existed but he wanted to redo. It wasn’t very long but took you to the edge of the cliff face and a beautiful view. I think it was the slowest I’d driven since my first day though! Definitely off-road even for a quad! He also showed us some of the native plants there (including stories about spear grass which proved boys ...