Kedar Country Lodge, Conference Center & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Do you know who the "Big Five" are? In the park the big five are, elephants, buffalo, rhino, lion, and the leopard. All of these are amazing to watch. So we are hoping to see all of them here in this park.
After last night's adventure, we still got up at 4:30 a.m. after all we are here to see the big five. The gate to the park opens at 5:30 a.m. We are in line waiting our turn to go in, but ...
... 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 ...
... up next to the vehicle) is just incredible. We can’t get enough!! The braai in the bush was a typical buffet with tables around a big open campfire, after which we went straight back to the hotel and fell into bed ready for our early start today for another game drive.
As we entered the park this morning we were told that there had been 6 lion spotted right near our gate, so we were on a mission to track them. Unfortunately we had no luck, but we still managed to get up ...
... br> Just after 4pm we set out for our afternoon game drive. Firstly we saw a few elephants that we just by the road. They were not doing much, except for flapping their ears about. We drove along Tilodi Loop and then back on the main road towards Mankwe Dam. In Tilodi Dam we saw a hippo floating in the water and I’m sure that there were more under the water. We saw plenty of general game – blue wildebeest, impala, zebra and kudu. On the hill ...
I just had the best weekend ever!!!
So Friday afternoon after I got home from work one of my friend's from the office messaged me informing me that one of our bosses Alphonse was hosting a refugee band concert in Jo'burg (or Jozi to the locals). Firstly, I was amazed Alphonse had a band, secondly I was a bit hesitant about going out in Jo'burg at night. Liz reassured me she would keep me safe and so I accepted her invitation. We caught a taxi to the suburb ...