Floreat Riverside Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Got our confirmation
that the bill had been paid by Mercedes UK and were able to leave the
garage at 1 pm. We left and drove to the town of Sabie using the
Panoramic route. On the way we visited the Horseshoe Waterfalls.
These are about 25 metres high. We had to walk to the falls and had
... left in the dark. Not the easiest of conditions to pack a tent up.
Anyways that day we commuted to Hazyview, which is just outside of Kruger National Park. My seat partner on the bus is Barb. She is an older woman traveling with her daughter, Desta, on the trip. She is old enough to be our mom or a very young grandma. They were also from the states bringing the total number of Americans for ...
... and the Mac Mac Pools. Very nice, especially the Pools.
Dinner was had in town (big village really) at the Wild Fig Tree. Very good game dishes – so good that we have booked for tomorrow night too. Linda had a Bambi casserole (we can’t remember which **bock it was) and I went for ostrich fillet kebabs. Mmmm....
Its hard to believe we been here for a week already and time is flying, but we are indeed covering a lot of ...
... fuel cans, laundry and multitude of shopping lists. First priority was to drop off people then for the 2 of us to head to the doctors.
After filling out forms and waiting for ages, it was finally time to see the dr: Dr de Kocks (teehee). It was pretty much in and out after he felt my arm, it was straight to the x-ray department... for more waiting. A met me in there and we organised to meet in an hour for lunch, I just hoped I would be finished in that time! I finally got ...
After a solid breakfast at the hotel, we are picked up and whisked away to our safari! We sleep basically the entire ride out (almost 6 hours) but are kept awake for the last hour or so after picking up a swiss guy named Richard. He's absolutely hilarious (laughs after EVERYTHING he says) and his English is priceless. He's an ice cream maker ...