Bentley's County Lodge

Address: Brits Rd, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0116, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Day 2 Pretoria to Francistown

A travel blog entry by brentdodd on Jul 14, 2015

... to get them all headphones the next time I come through.

So, across the river there is the Botswana side. Also very quiet. Costs 150 Botswana Pula, which, unless you have a piggy bank of Pula for a rainy day, you have to go outside the border post into Botswana to draw from the Bureau de change - also a sticky little shack which stems the flow of an honest exchange rate - but, you have to do it. Suddenly the Pula is worth 1.8 South African Rands. ...

The first week of living with lion cubs!

A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Oct 24, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... age ranges that the cub team look after:- the babies (less than two weeks old at the time of writing this!); the cubs (4.5 to 12 weeks old) and the 'devils' (3-6months old). The older devils tend to have a chicken once a day, while the younger ones have meat cut up for them three times a day (separating them to give the right cub the right food can be interesting!) The cubs mostly have cut up meat three times a day, with the younger two having milk instead. ...

The planning starts

A travel blog entry by yols57 on May 14, 2013

Things are much more simpler with the internet - or so I thought! Wow so much information, where to start?
Websites bookmarked, some printed, some written down....just too much to take in and digest!
Once the important sites were marked, towns plotted onthe map, and prelim dates were identified, the nitty gritty of ...

First week with Cora and Mieka

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Oct 24, 2012

61 photos

... br>
Once the mayhem settled, we were all alarmed in the bedroom half of the house, and the rest of the house was activated. This is pretty standard over here. Going to the bathroom was fine, but don’t go into the kitchen. We were reading in bed, the alarm was on. All seemed fine. And then the lights went out.

My immediate thought was that we were about to be robbed. Isn’t this what they do before they rob you? Cut the power ...

Lions and Caves

A travel blog entry by ruthbarz on Sep 04, 2011

38 photos

On Sunday morning, Alex found out that he didn't have to go to work! We had already looked into going to a lion park and a cave, so we decided to go. Alex wrote down directions, but I followed a map we have. I ended up bringing us to the Lion Park, rather than the Rhino and Lion Park. It worked our perfectly for us because we got there at about 11:45 and they feed the lions there on Sundays at 12.

We drove into the ...

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