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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... free Wifi (doesn't exist in Africa essentially). I felt better by that evening.
I woke up and flew down to Cape Town, which is amazing. Hopefully I'll write that entry once I get to Singapore and still all out of whack from the time changes.
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... fine to do so. Over time we recognised a general feeling of tension between the white and black south Africans. We picked up some of this through conversations with various people and through what we observed .There were very few occasions where we saw blacks and whites together in public. In saying this the hostel where we stayed had a number of black visitors which we took to be friends and who shared car journeys with them. Also at one ...
... We did see a couple hippos out of the water (they spend the entire day in the water, but come out to feed at night). We also saw some smaller animals that you'd only see at night, including a few owls and a rabbit that hopped around like a kangaroo.
To start off Day 4, our last day in the park, we woke up in time to do our own sunrise drive, leaving the camp right when the gates opened at 5:30am. Like the night before, we ...
... next morning. Later that evening after we finished dinner, we were treated to a cultural dance and song performance by a local tribe around the campfire. The dancers performed several dances and songs from different areas of South Africa with colorful costumes made from animal furs and beads. At the end of the program they invited us to dance with them to the beat of African drums banging in the background as the the flames from the fire danced with ...
... first day home) reliving my holiday. Starting with Day Three, at the awesome Kruger Park. All copied directly from hand written notes.
The alarm went off this morning @ 5.45am. The gates of our chalets at our Camp @ Lower Sabi opened at 6am, allowing us to explore Kruger before sunrise on a morning game drive. An exciting prospect, on the basis that it offers a completely different game viewing oppertunity, with many ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking