Hans Merensky Hotel & Spa
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... around and chat. I was telling Erin how Lucile, Andrea and I didn't feel very welcome when we first arrived and how we choose to actively make sure we made an effort with the new volunteers. Erin said that we were doing a good job so that made me feel better. Traveling alone is rewarding but also challenging. I enjoy other people's presence and feel more at ease when I'm around friendly people. I am enjoying spending the nights ...
... and realised I was standing on a snake! I quickly walked off it and it slithered incredibly fast into the closest bush. I'm so lucky it didn't try and bite me and that I was wearing closed in shoes. After my half hour morning tea break I had Forage for the the Top Section all by myself. I enjoyed walking around at my own pace. I finished 20mins earlier and headed down to the village for my shower before my baby orphan shift. From 2 - 5pm I ...
... early mornig atmosphere in the park. Hundreds of Impala, Kudu, Nyala. Some Buffalo, Giraffe Hippo and Warthog. That we live in a small world is obvious. Even met mutual friends from Holland. As many other National parks in S Africa, the Kruger is also suffering from poaching. Rhino poaching in specific. When we entered the gate the rangers ask you two questions. Do you have alcohol? Do you have guns? They check the car booth but any criminal will be able to smuggle in fire arms. ...
... have a beer? Eish, there are no beers, had a function earlier in the day and they were cleaned out! And by the way, the chef is off ill tonight so no dinner. Not happy! We’ve now stripped down and unpacked the bikes, last thing we feel like doing is loading up and heading into town to find other accom. Decisions…..? Maybe we stay here and just head into Steelpoort for dinner…? A shower will help this situation. Mmmmm….. load shedding means no power, ...
... make it a game drive as we headed into Phalabowra. While we were loading up the car, Jerry said he had seen a hyena right next to him on the road as he was heading to the restroom. I wasn't sure if he wasn't pulling my leg but then I looked over near our tent and there was a hyena right there! Jumped in the car and warned Robert when he came back from the ablution block.
Four years ago while we were in Botswana, we had met Darren and had stayed in touch ...