Nandina Guest House & Self Catering Cottages
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... an old Bedford truck some old cars and
most impressive an original steam driven truck that had been fully
restored that used to be used at the mine. They also had old photo's
of vehicles in the area. Next we sae a fantastic General Store and
house, just like an old Co-op. It sold anything you can think of from
sweets and food to saddles, chairs, dresses, nylons, beads and so
forth. The living rooms were behind the shop and were furnished ...
... 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 ...
... it stuck in the loose, sandy ground. So they were in no better shape than when they couldn't get their truck started. We were still hanging back wondering if there was anything we should do, Ranger Ryan was in contact with the other Ranger who said he was ok at this point though. The other Ranger told everyone to get out of the Land Cruiser so he could free it up and get them back on track and they hesitated but followed his direction. Now dear reader, ...
... happy, considerate and caring people. Whatever the case, I knew it would be damn near impossible for Nicole or Bridget to track down my iPad to get it back for me. On the third day I asked Nicole if she had heard anything from the airline and she said she hadn’t but that she had been calling them repeatedly and would continue to work on it and that she really wanted to get it back for me. On the Sunday before I was flying to Cape Town she informed me that Bridget ...
... 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 ...