Hans Merensky Hotel & Spa
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- Free parking
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... between sunset and sunrise. It is not uncommon to have hippo, elephant, buffalo, warthogs, honey badgers snakes etc in the camp and all any of them are capable of causing serious harm or even death if you scare them and the charge you. The period between the two game drives us spent by the pool, reading and chatting with other guests. It's surprising how fast 7 hours passes by. As per normal, the ...
... keys. After we ate some food, Erin, Andre, Lucile and I went to Checkers in Tzaneen to do our food shop for Kruger. I drove in SOUTH AFRICA!!! It was actually so good to be driving again. We gathered all the food and things we needed for Kruger (bread, spreads, fruit, veg, biscuits and juice) and headed back to the Foundation. The sunset was incredible. So pink. I got a hang of driving and feel pretty confident about tomorrow's trip. We went to ...
... and I spent my break writing up my plan for my next tour. My 2-4.30pm shift was with Lucile again and we disinfected, water and foraged Top Section followed by washing AM Plates and watched the workers give main feed. Lucile and I played music and YouTube on my iPad. For dinner at 5.30 we had a vegan burger with chips (soooo yummy). At 7pm we had the staff meeting then went down to the gift shop where I bought a vegan/vegetarian cookbook. We then watched the movie that ...
... in particular, don't like Connor. They alarm call and DK even eyebrowed him. The two hours I spent in there was so relaxing. They would climb and play, then have some milk and sleep for a bit. Wake up, go to the toilet, drink milk and then play again. I was practicing telling the orphans apart do that I can I do more orphan shifts (as you need to be able to record who is drinking what a,punt of milk and what time). I have already ...
... golfcourse wich is half situated in the Kruger park. Michale , a very kind greenkeeper took me on his golfcart to hole 17 where 6 Giraffe were wandering around and drinking in the pool between 17 and the tee box of 18. Not only Giraffe but also Baboons, Impala and Hippo on the golf course. You dont want to find your ball in the water hazard. The hippo will bite you in two, or three..........:-) Next trip will be, weather allowing, flying via Botswana to Zambia to visit friends at Vic ...