Mufasa Backpackers

Address: 21 fourth road, Benoni, Gauteng, 1513, South Africa | Hostel
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      Kruger & Lesotho

      A travel blog entry by richy__rich on Feb 03, 2011

      Next day we headed into Lesotho, which must be the poorest country in the African continent. Interesting border crossing...mainly accompanied by donkeys and we were met by a potholed dirt track in Lesotho. So after visiting the local community hall, school and several rondavels we hiked up to get a peek at the San drawings (San being the indigenous tribe that were forced to live in this mountainous region after retreating from ...

      Only at the Airport

      A travel blog entry by mleff on Jul 05, 2010

      ... phone, I'm seeing travelers in heels and make up etc. I don't understand how they travel in such attire?!  I'm looking particularly unlovely dressed from toe to head in crocs, compression socks, faded bluish lounge pants from the gap' a white shirt on which is a small stain or two and a grey hoody. Very unglamorous. It's cold here in Johannesburg, 9 degrees Celsius which is 48 degree Fahrenheit. It is only 9:11 in the ...

      Acacia tour begins-up to kruger and into botswana

      A travel blog entry by jonangela09 on Nov 24, 2009

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      ... br> From Elephant Sands it was north to Thebe River Safari Lodge on the edge of Chobe National Park. Chobe has the largest population of Elephants in the whole of Africa – last year they sent 42 helicoptors into the air for sequence shots of the Park and then did a manual count from the pictures – 156,000 adults in 11,000 square kilometers. That’s one elephant for every 70 square meters. Apparently gone are the days of hanging out ...