Old Coach Road Guest House
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by, and everybody waves thanks. Also I am becoming fascinated by all the nearly new taxis - who has the money to pay for these here? We are also noticing how much land is cultivated everywhere, wheat, corn and particularly sugar cane. It is obviously a wealthy agricultural area. As there is not much of a working rail system most goods travel by road, so there are always many trucks on the main highways, ...
... which was frequented by at least 3
gold millionaires from the area and finally The Phoenix Hotel
originally built in 1886. That said it was rebuilt in 1946 in the art
deco style. It was an interesting walk though and we ended up parking
for the night outside the caravan park, as we could not get in, next
to an old steam locomotive built in 1898. It came to the town under
its own steam in ...
I got a few more pictures today. The rain has closed some roads. We had a lady on our safari today who described every animal she saw to the rest of us seven times so she wouldn't forget it. By the end of four hours I was ready to punch her. Then we saw the elephant and she described his ...
... the front desk and they wanted us to pack and move to a different cabana as "bats are difficult to catch." We had to pack and move. Then we left for the day at 5:00 a.m. Not a great experience. Going back to Kruger tomorrow to look for animals. Hopefully will have something to ...
... chatter until the sun sets. We were delighted to again see, the Lilac Breasted Roller, with its soft pink blue and yellow chest feathers as well as blue and white feathers on its head, back and tail. We spotted a prehistoric looking guy that our bird guide listed as the trumpeter hornbill. He has an oversized bill with a casque attached to its topside. We trailed a brown Snake Eagle for several kilometres along the roadside before sunset while it ...