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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      A travel blog entry by lynnmiller on Oct 19, 2013

      ... and having a glass of wine on our own private patio. We all have our own rooms and patio next to each other overlooking a pond and waterfall. Not too shabby. There was a wedding at the estate so we passed some time watching all the activity. Somehow Janis and I got invited to the reception but we did not go. It has got quite cold and damp so we all retired to our rooms again with a blazing fire and to finish packing. I could get used to watching tv in bed in front of a blazing ...

      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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      ... if I wasn't there! Although I did discover 3 new roads in doing this as well so the knowledge and learning were definitely shared out. There are a few more to be made up that were missing and a few more on the other side of the Ranger Station to be put up (probably when the roads dry out a little more) but it's a good start. We also ran into A and T while they were out and about (a nice moment for me but it definitely showed how much I missed the ...

      No Fishing, Breaks Causing Breaks & Safe Entries

      A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 26, 2010

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      ... found it easier to drive with the lights at night than during the day. We went past the first fence gate and still no sign. Then at the top of a ridge we see a quad. No lights on just parked on the side if the track. (Taught well - never park in the middle or someone might ram you trying to get past.) Off in the distance we see 2 little lights. I beep my horn. A tries the radio but his goes flat so he uses mine. There is still no response, only beeps of someone pushing the ...

      First Aid and The Honey Badger

      A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 19, 2010

      12 photos

      ... was that the guys living up at Sakerbosch would not get their shopping or a radio until later in the day, if not tomorrow. Not a good situation but what can you do. So as the day wore on I became the "problem solver" a job that I know is awful here but has to be done. [some comments removed] On one trip, I ran into P and Ca who the latter was taking A into see a doctor in town. I finished the errand I was on and saw him off. His hand was swollen and I was almost flinching ...