Casa do Sol
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... couple on their honeymoon, me and an Australian girl, Jodie. Being the only people on our own, Jodie and I are tent partners, and after a demonstration, we successfully erected our tent! The truck itself is very comfortable, with an IPod Dock, charging station, mini fridge, cool boxes and individual lockers. As it is my home for the next 24 days, this is all very lucky! It is also extremely tall, towering above everything else on the road. Picture to follow! The journey here was ...
... a nice coucal shot, giraffe and during this drive ten RHINO! We were heading back up from Shitlhave Dam when Robert saw a LEOPARD walking down thee road begin followed by several vehicles. Were able to turn the car for Robert to take pictures and it kept getting closer and closer and then was right up by our car! Robert's window was open and he was shooting away and then his camera froze! The leopard ...
... Shaw’s Gate. We were lucky enough to see 5 giraffe crossing in front of us, then a monitor, the only one we saw on the trip, lots of impala, and a dozen or more Burchell’s zebras, also the giant plaited lizard and family basking on a rock. The bubbling cassina frogs we never saw but they are loud and have a distinctive and recognisable sound that we heard often.
On the way to Shaw’s Gate my phone ...
... was found to be be a young heart nosed bat. Car packed again for move to Lower Sabie camp, about 45 km away, 2 -3 hours slow drive away. We went back to Lake Panic hide near Skukuza for viewing and were rewarded with elephants, birds and numerous crocodiles. Off to Lower Sabie.... Drove along the Sabie River. Numerous small detours and stops provided us with many sights of elephants, birds, giraffe, impala. We stopped ...
Up and on the road to Melalane to get Robert's tooth fixed. We were able to get an appointment with the help of one of the people at the Skukuza reception. We were having trouble getting through on the phone and they were kind enough to put the call through and let us use their phone.
We caught a glimpse of a leopard briefly but were needing to get to town so we did not stick around to see if we could get ...