The Highlander Country Retreat & Spa

Address: Bosman Street, Dullstroom, Mpumalanga, 1100, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bosman Street, Dullstroom.
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    Travel Blogs from Dullstroom

    The hills have eyes

    A travel blog entry by alexobt on Aug 24, 2013

    Kruger park is massive, well-run, and sort of like a zoo - the campsites have petrol stations and well-stocked food shops, there are boards to pin up animal sightings, and there are speed limits on the road. Speed limits! Now I've seen it all. This doesn't stop us racing around for most of the day getting in our last bit of African game spotting, adding to the millions of photos we have of ...

    Building Bridges

    A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 27, 2010

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    ... we got a whole heap of rocks from the Compound and threw them into the water to make, what some may call, a crossing again. It was quite a fun task - getting a bit of stress relief out of some people as they threw their stones into the water with a big splash. We fixed up a few other spots in the road nearby then moved on to put up some signs. It was a little worrying to me that I had to direct on some of the roads. A few roads would have ...

    No Fishing, Breaks Causing Breaks & Safe Entries

    A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 26, 2010

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    ... other people picked up there was an issue and everyone was to be kept informed. A and T came back and asked the same question - where were the Boys? And then said "Come on, let's go get them." The rescue was on. Only problem was both A and I didn't know where to head so I had to bring R on the back of my quad to direct us. We did see some cool wildlife out and about but it was getting a little ridiculous too. Up Western we went into the dark. A behind me. As many lights on as we could. ...

    First Aid and The Honey Badger

    A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 19, 2010

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    ... that I was overruling him... he has deemed I am his PA [some comments removed] I keep telling him I'm always someone's b!tch, haha. So for me to tell him he was not working and it was my authority (that N had also agreed with the thinking) made him smile at least. A good sign for someone in obvious pain.)
    I had to get up the next morning, get the Boys doing something, sort out the shopping, find people to fix things here (pumps, gas, etc) and a number of other things. My ...

    Up and Down and Up and Down... and an Ice-pack

    A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 15, 2010

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    ... ground so long in no order that the grass had grown roots over it) so I started with those first. A, even before he'd gotten to his lunch, was called out to an emergency situation so off he went yet again. While we were busy cutting grass (or in my case, raking it into piles) he and some others were off trying to find 2 missing rangers (these 2 live 'off property' so are not at the Station) who hadn't returned any radio calls for a fair while. (Not uncommon here ...