Gannet Place Guest House
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... mining accidents. The one strange one was a "Robbers
Grave" which was on an North - South orientation so he could not
see the sun rise and set as all the other graves did. From here we
drove 1 km to the sight of the first diggings, again it was laid
out as a museum. There were several tents fitted out as accomadation,
shop, a pub and one was a jail complete with stocks to prevent the
inmate from leaving. From here we went down to the ...
... plus birds, awesome birds. A very slow drive but a great drive! We had lunch at Skukuza Restcamp and were able to stretch and shop until 3pm and then another leisurely drive to the hotel. Our group was checked in efficiently and then wandered the property in awe. Truly an outstanding hotel at the entrance to the park built to reflect the surroundings. Protea Hotel Kruger Gate must be the flagship of the Protea chain. No one can imagine ...
... side of the river, as it narrows suddenly the water disappears with the spray of a magnificent waterfall welcoming you as you marvel at its presence.
There are a total of 10 slides. Each slide competing with the next for the best as they follow the river and gorge all the way till the final slide. Refreshments are provided during the Canopy Tour and this was a great opportunity to find out more about the guides and other ...
... was stone cold, all I could think is he has been deaf for many years and lost the ability to communicate. There is also the chance he has been cast away by his family and had been on his own for a while. It’s hard for me to say since we could not communicate in any way, shape or form. Sadly, it appeared that he had come to the clinic by himself as we did not see that he had any family accompanying him. Danny said this was one of the more difficult patients ...
... Africa, Australia, and several other countries, he does quite well. He donated the money to have a local school built, which we would be going to the next day. We checked into our rooms hung out, had a few drinks and shared some laughs.
At 3pm, we had a private round table discussion with Richard himself and were able to ask questions and get insights on his thoughts and what makes him so successful. Richard is open and very easy to talk to. ...