Jock Sabie Lodge
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... of a Golden labrador who lead us there and back, he never
made a sound and nor did he jump up. I went into Kirsty to get him
treat but he just kept going and so missed out. The campsite at Sabie
was next to the river and had a swimming pool, a paddling pool and
... s window and some waterfalls now. Went to Berlin Falls, Lisbon falls and God's Window. Was really stunning. Got some awesome pictures. In Graskop now, at a biker bar. Awesome. Going to Sabie now to book into guesthouse and then checkout a few more waterfalls. Finished for the day. Only about 130km today but was a full day. On the way from Graskop we stopped at the Mac Mac falls. Beautiful. Our guesthouse is next to a nice restaurant ...
... the dam. We followed this along picking out tracks of duiker, bush pigs and kudu and did a fair bit of bush bashing on foot before we reached what A called the ranger's new swimming spot. I little set of rapids, not deep enough to swim in but good for cooling you off on a hot day for sure. We then headed back to the quads where I said the number one priority now was A changing his bandages.
We got back to the Ranger Station and realised that we still needed to get some ...
... at the moment).
To move to at least the good time last night. We cooked up a braai of the various meats bought for what was supposed to be the big party (and veggie sausages for me) and I made a pasta-potato salad. (A little too much though – there is so much left over!) We had to wait for the fire to die down a bit so we watched some South Park before cooking the meat. After we ate, 2 of the volunteers came down ...
Another nice early start as we had a lot of driving ahead of us – today we were heading towards Kruger National Park but first we are spending a few nights in Sabie. From Secunda we took the route – Bethal-Hendrina-Belfast-Dullstroom-Lynd enburg-Sabie. Along this route like most of the African landscape, it's extremely dry, you might see the odd black charcoal field and ...