Jock Sabie Lodge
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- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Babysitting service
- Conference facilities
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... the Amarula distillery. They make a creamy liqueur that's become my fave. It's like Bailey's Irish cream, and is said to be the world's second best selling cream liquor. You may have seen it. There's a big elephant on the bottle. I love it on ice after a day of driving through the park and "working" on the braai. A braai is a South African BBQ and it's a big cultural touchstone here. Men do the Braaing and when I say work, ...
... over. By this time the thing was dark green. It was a chameleon. Very cool to see it change colors. And that was the end of another safari. Back to the lodge, time to dry up and get ready for supper with our ranger in the Boma. This is a very nice, typical African Verandah with a fire pit in the middle and a buffet of international and local dishes like rice, oxtail, fish, corn, pup (made from white corn meal), also chicken nice salads, squash soup etc. An enjoyable evening eating ...
... packed lunch and a photo opportunity before heading towards Graskop and, dare I say it, God's Window! Yes, we managed it on our third attempt to see the view, yippee! Just a couple of kilometres back towards Graskop we stopped at another view point - Pinnacles - which offered another picturesque photo opportunity before going back to our accommodation for yet another braai. All in all, a fantastic ...
... milkshake of the holiday which was to be the order of the day for Mark &Tracy to discover the best of the best milkshake in the Lowveld. Traveled about 150km for the day through some great scenic roads. Back home to have sundowner drinks and cheese & biscuits, eventually braaing Spatchcock chicken and cheese & tomato braaibroetjies for supper and potato salad that Tracy had whipped up to ensure we all ate our salads. By the time we decided to eat we only ate ...
... rock formations and exotic looking plants and flowers. The weather was pants however, and the cloud was gathering around the mountains which was a bit disappointing….especially when Cape Town was basking in 26 degree heat! But the scenery certainly made up for it….absolutely stunning!
In the afternoon we decided to head to Kruger. But upon approaching the gate there was a huge signpost saying "Quota Full, No Entry". Marvellous! It had ...