Jock Sabie Lodge
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- Babysitting service
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Conference facilities
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... A cute little yellow dog, almost like a golden retriever, but smaller. After befriending him with some jerky, he was our best friend for life. He climbed up and slope and through the rocks to keep us company for the entire time that we were up there. He was so cute and friendly. The lone falls was more commercial, and had stands to purchase items, excellent walkways to view the falls, just gorgeous. This bridal ...
... There were blacks, whites, and people from the Indian continent.
Youth Day is a celebration of the youth involved in the Soweto uprising in 1976. This helped spark an end to Apartheid years later and is now a national holiday on a Tuesday so most people take a 4 day weekend.
Although it might seem like sacrilege, I managed to book a flight while on my nature walk. Isn't that horrible? But when you ...
... next thing we knew we had
new people surrounding us pointing and talking animatedly. Our
Melmoth “hornbill team” is growing exponentially! Starting your
work day so early often means it ends early as well and, despite the
seemingly never ending rain, the farmers all made sure that we were
entertained. They took us on tours of their properties, all of which
were stunning landscapes used for a diversity of resources. Part
cattle grazing, part ...
... and we wanted to make sure we could find our way back and take our open air showers before the performance. I love open air showers they are not at all cold. (For those of you who didn’t pick up on it I was being totally facetious. They are freezing and an awful idea.) I can’t wait to be home with warm showers, clean water, and to not have to wear shoes in the shower.
... means its quirky (why can’t the French design things like the Germans), but thankfully this one is larger and has a proper, large boot. After our little episode in Cape Town we would like to have our belongings and luggage hidden away.
Soon out of Jo’berg thank goodness (busy, traffic holdups etc) and on to the long, long drive to Sabie in Mpumalanga. The only thing good about the drive (apart from the music) is the views ...