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Travel Blogs from Graskop
... enough getting to the attraction, which basically consisted of jumping off a cliff with a bungee cord attached. The danger of the attraction was marked by a nearby shrine and chapel. I joked with Nat that the monuments might mark people who have died on the swing. This joke became less funny when we were soon advised it was likely fact...
We enjoyed a BBQ dinner, watched some Olympics and went to sleep around 9.30 for another early start and trip to Kruger!!
... the landscape is wonderful but it's the people that fascinate me. The faces of Africa: people walking everywhere, on the side of the roads, through fields, mothers carrying their babies on their backs, groups of workers huddled together waiting for a ride home after working in the fields, young people sitting around a fire by the side of the road, cows, goats and chickens milling around.
We arrived around 6 PM. The last 11 km, were on a rough narrow road into the bush. ( I ...
... 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 had sourced! Only to be told by the Doctor that no, that’s not the way it’s supposed to be done.
... amazing circular formations in the rock (created by the swirling waters of the Blyde River) were a good place to find Gold...as it would be...? Blyde River had been on my Bucket list for years and it didn't disappoint...my camera was running hot!
As sunset approached, we finished the day by visiting Berlyn and Lisbon Falls. Berlyn Falls was nice, but Lisbon Falls had a particularly African feel about them. The Sunset helped too...refer ...
... to greet us we were amazed by her 2 ton frame and once she hit the water she just glides, rolling on her back and her belly. Ed grabbed a handful of food and touched it to her nose at which she opens her giant hippo mouth and happily receives the biscuits, munching them down quick. The Hippo is very dangerous and can easily outrun a human. It was incredible being so close to a tame ...
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