Wild Horses Mountain Guest Lodge
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... awesome views of the berg. If you are looking to buy timeshare and play golf, then this resort is a winner. The day was topped with a great thunderstorm which will help the farmers with their maize, and of course lowered the temperature which is a great relief. Tuesday dawned and as this was our last full day in the berg we set off after a scrumcious breakfast to visit Falcon Ridge which is a bird of prey centre. They have flight displays daily @ ...
... for the herders to approach. "Dumella" I call, feigning friendliness in an attempt to steer the interaction in a positive direction. A surprisingly large, surprisingly stern mannered herdsman walks up to me and shakes my hand. English isn't spoken well by the people who live in these parts, and our conversation is stunted. I haven't decided if all is well or not when they point to our camera, big and obviously expensive. "What's this?" "oh, it's ...
... to "one of" the most amazing, but if the weather had been clear it would have been no contest).
And let me say here that Frances was magnificent throughout the day. Her baulks were brief, her protestations pro forma, her whining quickly wafted away, her wet feet were rarely mentioned.
We spent half an hour at the edge and started back around noon. (We had started at 7:30). The mist was coming down but there was never more rain than ...
... with over 2,000 feet rise in elevation, but that was from over 8,000 feet to over 10,000 feet, and 800 feet of that rise was a hand-over-foot rock scramble up a gully. I should take up smoking. Then I would have an excuse for how much I wheezed and trailed. At least Alex was worse.
It was worth it, though, to reach the top of the plateau at about 3,100 meters. Although not perfect. The view down one side was great, but the ...
... Otto’s Walk. We walked from the campsite to the start of the walk; it was only about a five minute walk. Otto’s Walk is a short and simple walk, only three kilometres long. It was an easy walk and the hi-light was the view that we had of the Amphitheatre. It was a picture postcard view. We set the camera up to take a group photo of us.
The guys frequently stopped on the walk to identify birds through their binoculars and ...