Floreat Riverside Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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sleeping place - the small town of Sabie, Merry pebbles So, we left the private game park and drove 140km up towards Blyde river cannon. A nice stop at a truck stop for a "real" coffee and a peri peri chicken pastry, mmmmm. Today was going to be a day of visiting water falls, horseshoe, bridal and lone falls, all in and around Sabie. At the horseshoe falls, we paid a entrance fee of 50 cents CDN, and was greeted by the ...
... Lisbon Falls, God's Window, Wonder View, The Three Rondavels, etc. Rondavels are the traditional round huts with a thatch roof. We stayed in these at Kruger and these 3 rocky outcrops really did look like rondavels.
These spots provided us another view of the Blyde canyon. It's really breathtaking. And because it was Youth Day, there were loads of South Africans about. It really is a "rainbow nation" as Desmond ...
... up their sightings records
and begin to search for nests in the area. The enthusiasm and
generosity of this group had only increased since our last visit.
They began waking up at 3:30am with us to drive to key points and
listen for the distinctive booming of territorial hornbills and they
devoted a large portion of their busy schedules to sit down with our
maps in an attempt to distinguish group boundaries. Whenever we got
stuck someone would phone someone ...
... hike that Preetam, Tam and I chose to go on. We weren’t entirely sure if we were going there the right way but Preetam constantly reminded us that he was an Eagle Scout with his badge in orienteering like that was supposed to help. Anyways it turned out we had been going the correct way and found the rocks with the falls. It was really pretty but we couldn’t stay too long because the sun ...
Travel day today and so it was up at the crack of dawn (4:50 am) to pack the car and get to the airport. Started to take our anti-malarials today too, in preparation for the Kruger. Got to the airport around 5:30 and amazingly there was a man on the Avis Returns, even at this time in the morning.
We had a good flight and arrived at Jo'Berg in 90 minutes, and picked up another rental – a red one this time. Unfortunately its a ...