Critchley Hackle Hotel

Address: 585 Teding van Berkhout Street Dullstroom 1110, Dullstroom, Mpumalanga, 6000, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 585 Teding van Berkhout Street Dullstroom 1110, Dullstroom.
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    Travel Blogs from Dullstroom

    Moving on to Dullstroom

    A travel blog entry by karends65 on Oct 27, 2015

    ... with other vegetables on the side. Lorenzo makes you feel like you are a guest in his home, constantly popping out of the kitchen to check if you are enjoying the meal and have a chat. Breakfast the next morning was another culinary adventure. Zac and I were served coffee and juice and given a menu to choose from cereal and fruits or a cooked option. I choose the French toast served with preserved green figs and Zac chose the hot cakes (flapjacks), ...

    Traveling through, headed to THE BUSH!

    A travel blog entry by kleinsinza on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... terrain). So, as you might be able to imagine, there were many, many hitchhikers. Hitchhikers of all kinds. I realized that hitchhiking is the primary source of transportation in this area we travelled. When a family or child needs to go see a doctor, hitching a ride is the only option at times, or a family needs to get groceries, or someone just needs a ride to go work, (mostly construction or farming) again, their only option is to hitch a ride. After some convincing ...

    Elephant Safari

    A travel blog entry by lynnmiller on Oct 17, 2013

    Again we started out early for a half hour drive to another part of Kruger National Park for our elephant safari. After an information talk on how the elephants came to be at the park we set out through the bush. One of the elephants is the actual elephant from the Amarillo commercial that we see at home. It was quite an experience as we were among the animals including zebras, warthogs, gnus and ...

    Building Bridges

    A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 27, 2010

    5 photos

    ... br> The biggest difference between here and the Ranger Station is that when lunchtimes comes around, the work is done. The most past that time is monkey sitting (which I've notice these guys seem to think is terribly draining but if they spent a few days running around like chickens with their heads cut off down at the Ranger Station, they would change their minds dramatically.) Fiona, the older female monkey is definitely the cheeky and ...

    No Fishing, Breaks Causing Breaks & Safe Entries

    A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 26, 2010

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    ... initially. A says that he can't hear them but if they can hear him to come back to the vehicles. The lights slowly move closer. Whistles are sounded. I feel like yelling a good Aussie "coo-ee" but don't because only I know it, in fact I had to explain it too... The 2 lost Boys come back to the quad where, first things first, A explains the night rules (again) and that it's not worth a key. Even if it was lost, we look for it during the day, there are other options for ...