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 ...
... personal with some rhino and elephant and all the other usual culprits! Back to the hotel for a buffet breakfast which conveniently had bread, cold meats and cheese (that was lunch sorted!!) and we decided we would buy an entry into the park so we could go on our own self-drive safaris – Mikey is the driver and I am the spotter! We headed back into the park and spent about 3 hours driving around in our little Toyota Etios (similar size to a Yaris) – we even managed to go ...
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 ...
... resort was pretty quiet for mid week in Spring anyway. Gibbon asked me what my favorite animal was and what I wanted to see and I replied giraffe which he thought was funny. Most people say lion or cheetahs he said. I guess at least mine are easier to spot.. or so you think!
We drove around the park spotting White Rhinos - they graze on the grass etc where as Black Rhinos eat from trees and are much more aggressive. We saw tons of zebras and ...
... we slowly reversed, but we probably should have gone forward. As I was reversing up the bank, the car hesitated and I didn’t want to make too much noise and scare it. It trumpeted at us and put its trunk in the air. I stepped on it and we were out of there! That was a bit of excitement for us. I’m glad it was only one cranky male elephant and not a herd of them! We drove along Tshwene back to the camp site. Our last sighting was 3 warthogs running across the road with ...