Jatinga Country Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we saw hippos. We didn't see any big cats, so we are waking up early tomorrow to hopefully get the chance to spot and photograph them. We got to Lower Sarbie at 2:30pm and checked in. We drove to our bungalow and unpacked the car. We then spends about 3hrs in the pool that was about 10 meters away from our bungalow. The water was warm as it was an incredibly hot day but it was still refreshing. After our swim, we shopped again for souvenirs ...
... the main lodge's porch. After hours of cards we decided to brave the wind and rain to go outside to visit the horses used for trail riding. Before venturing out we learned from the vegetarian and nature enthusiast, Tonja (yes one of the many German's on our trip), that there was also a pot belly pig. Upon discovering the existence of the little porker we threw around suggestions for a name. Ryan wanted Wilbur, I suggested Babe, Chris (Danish Dude) thought I said Dave so after laughing ...
... who are here on their honeymoon, they've known each other for 10 years and finally there is Charlotte who is 19 and on her gap year. Below is a list of some of the animals we saw, I didn't take any pics on my phone so will post them up when I have better Internet connection and can download from cam, probably in Abu Dhabi: Impala Kudo Giraffe White rhino Warthog Zebra Chameleon Monkeys Nile Crocodile Roller bird lilac breasted Ganoe Ground hornbill Yellow hornbill ...
... in a the wrong direction as the setting had not been adjusted to included toll roads. Although the drive lead us through most magnificent gorges and past waterfalls we were heading in the wrong direction. In the end we decided to head back inspirit and find accommodation before nightfall. From this position it is only 35 km to the Paul Kruger National Park (see next ...
... lot of stalagmites and stalactites on the hour tour. When they turned the lights out, it was pitch black. Filled the car up (9 gallons, $63). Went back to Oliver’s to enjoy the remainder of the day. Tonight we split a chicken dinner at Olivers since we have been overly indulging our appetites.