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... we took about 3 and a half hours.
This game drive had us up close and personal with several herd of elephant. At one watering hole we saw 4 elephants frolicking in a water hole, at one point emerging from the water less than a 100 feet away. We thought that was close, but on our way to the next water hole we saw a small herd of about 8 elephants walking close to the road, and we were only about 20 feet away. When ...
... temperature continued to rise. We made a couple of stops on the way to Hazyview. The first to get some food and fuel for the vehicle. The guy who owned the restaurant also had some land around where had some animals. So it was here we saw our first zebra, rhino and ostrich. We then stopped at Nelspruit to get some fruit and snacks. We eventually made it to Gecko Lodge. We have spent the afternoon in the pool and trying ...
Up and on the road to the park. We were following the GPS instructions to the shortest route to the park but unfortunately it did not take into account the dangerous potholes in the road and then to road construction with total traffic stoppage along with lots of people out on the road walking up to the cars.
We then decided to backtrack and head into the park from the Phabeni Gate instead. When you ...
... foamy bath waiting. We have never stayed in a more delightful place than Nottens, and more caring, every staff member I met would ask after Marnie’s health, and express their sorrow at our leaving. Dale drove us across the rutted roads and through the fords that were virtually impassable over the last few days of electrical storms, and onto the highway to Kruger International, at Nelspruit, where we boarded for Johannesburg and on to ...
... must you burn it for
cooking, as it’s toxic.
We enjoyed a swim in the lap pool, just a bit of
de-stress. And at 4pm we joined the
evening safari, seeing again some wonderful sightings of elephants, giraffes,
rhino, zebra, European roller birds, yellow hornbills, woodland kingfisher,
guinea fowl, and foam nest frogs – or, their ...