Wayfarers Guest House
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... street. We settled in after a long day of driving and upon Anne's advice (she's the owner) we stopped in to the newly opened brew pub in town. I hadn't had a micro brew beer in eons (Wellington, New Zealand???) and loved their IPA. While there, we checked the news again to get an update on our new Canadian sibling friends Danielle and Lindsey. We met them on our 4 day boat trip across the Flores sea in Indonesia (see ...
... a blessing to see these kids and teachers be so joyful with so little. Back on the bus, our next stop is Blyde River Canyon. The only green canyon in Africa. Picture the Grand Canyon on a smaller scale but with trees growing between the rocks up the sides. But it was foggy so only a scattered glimpse fo this beautiful sight could be seen. Onwards to Kapama Lodge, our destination for the next 2 nights. For the first time we see that the sun does shine ...
... traffic free. We stopped at a service station and had a burger and chips. Jackie declared that she definitely wasn't having steak tonight! Jackie also went to panic mode about now, disaster of all disasters, she believed she had not packed her hair straighteners. We then had a lengthy conversation about how she would do her hair and I had to promise that I wouldn't moan if her went fluffy. Of course, I never moan! We ...
... we lazed the rest of the afternoon. Mary organized Tracy a birthday cake that the hotel baked for her which was consumed after a superb dinner of Trinchada cooked by Frans. Early to bed once the fire had died down.
Thursday, being our last day, we planned no rides but to rather vegetate at our Chalet. Arose rather late in the morning and then made a breakfast fit for the Sabi Sun King. Strolled leisurely around the resort with no destination in mind, except to stop ...
... area for hiking around with a large river, several small waterfalls, wildlife, canyons, and, apparently, its waters are good luck as we walked the river area amongst a wedding party whose first stop of their reception was here so the bride and groom could splash around in the river!
Eventually, we found our hotel in Hazyview, near one of Kruger's entrances, so we could get an all-day drive through the massive park before meeting up with our hiking group.