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Travel Blogs from Graskop
A much better day weather wise. There was some early very light drizzle but this soon cleared and gave way to a bright clear day with some very hot sun.
An early morning pre-breakfast walk in Graskop produced a couple of new birds for the trip, a Black Sparrowhawk and an Amethyst Sunbird. In addition to most of the birds previously recorded in the vicinity of the cottage. As we were loading the vehicle I spotted a couple of small birds in the garden and ...
... back down to Berlin and Lisbon falls, Gods Window and over to Pilgrims Rest for lunch. Very cute, well worth the visit!!! backup Graskop and book into Dar Armane!! WOW This is a winner... absolutely gorgeous! African/Moroccan style, 2 apartments can't choose. Hendry is a gem! walk to town, for more goodies and coffee. back home for champers, candles, a heater, red ...
... sick, I don't know what's happening!) The river runs behind our accomodations with a warning: Hippos and Crocodiles! My "cabin" is a round hut with a thatched roof, very comfortable. It's amazing to find (almost) all the comforts of home deep into the bush.
Great meal and lots of laughs.Walking to our cabins after our evening meal, we spotted a family of impalas grazing near our cabin and a Spotted Owl in a tree behind my cabin.
I am sleeping very well, better than at home!
... roads but with toll booths just like in USA! Like in Johannesburg there are young men at all the traffic lights who come and try to sell you toys, newspapers, gadgets etc. We had a drive of about 420 kilometres ahead of us so we stopped a couple of times - once for petrol and once for lunch. Petrol stations are manned in South Africa and while the petrol is going into the tank the attendants give ...
... not get us any further cell time) and he told us to move on. This guy’s use of the power he had by way of his police uniform was really scary. And this is supposed to be the civilized part of Africa!
As for my impending and painful demise by way of Malaria. The Doctor back in Australia said that if ever you feel unwell, like you have a bad case of the flue coming on, take the Malarone tables. So I did for the three days it took us to make our way to a clinic that Gael ...
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