Laughing Waters Guest House

Address: S29 Sabie Road, Hazyview, Mpumalanga, 1242, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on S29 Sabie Road, Hazyview, is near Shangana Cultural Village.
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      Magoebaskloof Canopy Tours

      A travel blog entry by dew.drop.planet on Nov 09, 2013

      10 photos

      ... and koeksusters, we didn’t stay long enough to watch Die Campbell’s play. We headed to our accommodation for the night at Mashutti Country Lodge. There were nobody else at the lodge, it was just us! We had the entire place to ourselves and we made it count. The food at Mashutti was good and most of the staff were friendly (they need to relook at their no alcohol in the rooms policy). The time was up, and the journey ...

      The REAL Wildlife

      A travel blog entry by mattcurry77 on Oct 17, 2013

      27 photos

      ... out down there. Sure enough they were. We saw eleven lionesses lying on the ground taking in the last of the days sun. We sat there and watched them for about 15 minutes, but the damn animals are really lazy as **** and didn't move a muscle. I proclaimed them BORING and we finally moved on. We actually had some really good laughs, we were kind of like in a comedical safari. We were all cutting up laughing, not being very quiet as we were supposed to. ...

      The Starkey Hearing Foundation

      A travel blog entry by mattcurry77 on Oct 14, 2013

      44 photos

      ... born.” So I replied back, “so you mean your grandmother has never heard your voice before?” and she confirmed this to be true. Amazed Yanik and I looked at each and I think it was then we both realized the gravity of the good work The Starkey Hearing Foundation was doing. As we dialed in the hearing aids and the grandmother started to be able to hear she let out a small shriek, her face lite up and the cataracts in her eyes seemed to disappear as they lit ...

      First Kruger Park Game Drive

      A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 07, 2013

      4 comments, 19 photos

      ... red birds perched on it, eating their own meal of--insects? Hard to know. The warthog was followed by more impala. Funny how, when we first saw an impala we were so excited, but as the day went on they became so common of a sighting that we hardly noticed them. Their numbers are very high and are, of course, a major source of sustenance for predators. They actually looked like food to us, the sacrificial lambs so to speak.

      Alfred pulled into our ...

      Long Drive, Topped with Elephant Entertainment

      A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 06, 2013

      3 comments, 19 photos

      ... and live in corrugated metal shacks like the ones we saw. I guess that is a way to make some money. As far as the modernity of Johannesburg, Obid also explained that the city spruced itself up substantially as part of its preparations for the 2010 World Cup.

      As we got further from the city, the scenery mostly changed to modern agriculture with the main crop being corn. This went on for many miles, and it got a little boring scenery-wise. ...