Laughing Waters Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a hot water bottle! Mother tied her Tigar pashmina round her head and we were gone! Keith headed out into the bush and it wasn't long before we picked up the tracks uf a cheetah! Weaving in and out we started to follow the tracks to the area which is flat and open which is cheetah country! On the way we saw 4 giraffe munching in the trees ! They seemed a lot bigger than usual and much reder and blacker. Sadly the cheetah ...
... the next one. It was longer and faster, gliding effortlessly over the Groot Letaba River from the treetops to the rock face, we were all starting to get the hang of it. What a feeling! The next zip line was breath taking. You can hear the waterfall, you have no idea how high or how wide it is. As the guides clip you onto the line you can feel the rush of the water below you. You pick up speed as you zip above the river between two large cliffs ...
... with Olly and co-founder at the Top Group of companies. Mike is an accomplished computer programmer as well as entrepreneur. Mike is a down to earth, gentle, giving person. He also hilarious and we had great fun together. It was awesome getting to know Mike and wait until you hear the stories from the Friday night bash! Mike’s and I have a new comedy routine that may go big someday!
Morley-is an uber accomplished musician who has played at Carnegie Hall, The ...
We continued our morning drive, kind of heading back towards the lodge as the morning was getting along and the sun started to raise higher in the sky. We then discovered three rhinos munching on the course grass and trees of the African bush. These rhinos are protected but crazy ******* poachers actively hunt and kill rhinos then chop off their two front horns and sell to them to Chinse, Maylay and Korean animal terrorits who sell ...
... which looped off the main artery. Serge and his companion asked probably 4 more times for a pit stop over the subsequent hour before Alfred turned up a twisty dirt road that dead-ended at the base of a big cluster of boulders. At that point it was, exit the vehicle at your own risk. The Belgian guys jumped out and proceeded to pee with their backs to the rest of us, a little ways off. Bill also hopped out and found a nearby bush. Andrew, our seatmate, proclaimed ...