Kedar Country Lodge, Conference Center & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... too a bushman from Zimbabwe who works on the farm. He's a very good tracker and taught us the way to track animals as a bushman his only weapon is an 8 inch blade knife. With him we walked 6 kilometers about 4 miles in a loop saw red heartabeast, eland, and blaze bucks. On the 3 rd day at the game farm we were awaken at 415 am we were awaken by Eva who took us 2 hours to a place where we went hot air ballooning, it a very beautiful valley ...
... over an early dinner, we tried to push through as late as we could to get into the local time zone, but only managed about 8.30! We are still hitting a wall around that time and then waking up at 4-5am – hoping the body clock will get into action soon!
Natalie let the boys have a day off school on our first day, and we went on an adventure together which included a lovely little café called Something Country for breakfast where we sat watching the boys zooming around ...
... was a white rhino from far away. We continued the safari by seeing many more animals including impala, kudu, more warthogs, giraffe, elephants, and zebra. And a TON of wildebeest. And crocodile and ostrich. It was so fun!!! We had dinner at the resort after that. Some of us then scared a few others by sneezing up to their chalets. So ...
... in Jo'burg and it was a really lovely place with quaint little shops and nice al fresco restaurants and chic little bars and clubs. The bar in which Alphonse's band was playing was very cool and very multicultural. Liz and I had a seat and downed a few Windhoeks whilst listening to the very enthralling sounds of Alphonse's Refugee All-Stars Band. Every member of the band is a refugee and their music truly plays on the heart strings by echoing stories of the harsh journey many ...
... days there. It was just amazing to see these wild in their natural environment, yet not afraid of cars so sometimes just meters away. Hope you like the pics! Tonight we had a scary moment when the sun was going down & we hadn't yet found our hotel, or even the town, plus the GPS had never heard of it. One complaint about this place - nothing is very well signposted! We tried to get directions from ...