TripAdvisor Reviews Kilulu Lodge Johannesburg
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... get warm even through we had the heater on in our room and I had 100 blankets. I was sick to my stomach and couldn’t get enough energy to finish getting ready. Ian encouraged me to stay at the hotel as it was obvious at this point that I wasn’t going to be able to make it to the conference. Once he caught the shuttle to the conference I slept for many hours, trying to cure my sickness and stay warm. I ended up getting out ...
... a Doctor (or yours truly, the hapless medical student); once seen, wait for your results, or wait to be admitted. Patients spend days here.
Our band of merry Kruger-goers met at our place on Monday afternoon, and after a massive grocery shop/meal of pizza and beer promptly went to bed with the realisation that we had to be up at sparrow **** (about 4am) the next day.
By the way - we found this CD in the back of my rental car - if you've ever been curious as ...
... this area where you can pet some cubs that were two months old. At first I couldn't believe he wanted me to go and pet some cubs, but I did. I liked the pictures so much I bought seven photos.
Time to leave the park. The traffic on our side of the highway was terrible. The signal lights weren't working, so it was bumper to bumper.
After that long trip back, we stopped and had dinner.
... Netherlands that were camping down there. They were
excited about the World Cup game that was going to be played between the
US and Netherlands that evening. Went on into the Lodge and ordered
dinner. Robert had the fish and Laura had the filet. The dining area
is a large open thatched area that looked very nice.
After dinner had a drink or two but did not stay awake for the big ...
... off and I could see the sands of Brighton beach and the Novotel below. I really am going to miss our beautiful city and my amazing family, but I also know this is the adventure of a lifetime, and although the thought of it all is still quite daunting, I am feeling much more relaxed now, and ready to enjoy and make the most of every moment, and as our lovely friend Anne said, be inspired by all the places we go and people we meet. Let the adventures begin!