Klein Waterval Riverside Lodge

Address: R45, Groot Drakenstein, 7680, Groot Drakenstein, Mpumalanga, 7680, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on R45, Groot Drakenstein, 7680, Groot Drakenstein.
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Travel Blogs from Groot Drakenstein

Southern Africa

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jun 23, 2014

1 comment, 84 photos

... because it is the highest pass in the country. The road was only formed in 1960, and is about 20km of rough dirt road, with the last 8km rising 900 metres via 13 tortuous hairpin bends. Had to cross the border into Lesotho again in order to hike then climb up South Hodgson’s Peak, which is 3,256m high, and 4m higher than North Hodgson’s Peak. The big dip between the two peaks is called the Giant’s Cup, and we ...

Hitting the road running

A travel blog entry by greatbigworld on Mar 01, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... between Holland and Portugal, it was huge. There were also huge piles of yellow soil around "Jo-burg" (as the locals call it). They are piles of dirt left from the gold mining days. They dumped them there after they sifted through them, but are now sifting through them again because they have better methods now to extract the gold.
We soon get to Soweto and pick up our guide, Tandi. She gave us so much information about Soweto (which means 'South Township' in ...

Day 2 -Johannesburg 1st Day of Our Great Adventure

A travel blog entry by nancy.peter on Sep 10, 2013

8 photos

... actually more like South Coast Shopping Center in Newport Beach on steroids..." Mandela Square was there as well and it was like a piazza/plaza in Italy with outdoor restaurants all around. We were there almost daily with our phone problems.

It was a long day so we didn't do much other than minimal shopping, checking in to our cottage at the Summerview Guest House which looked like a plantation in Bryanston. ...

Pioneers reunited and ready for adventure!

A travel blog entry by pioneers2012 on Aug 28, 2012

7 photos

... our hair petted excitedly by affectionate toddlers. Cute photos there! The cute quickly turned to worry, however, when we realised that A) Soweto seems to be full of small children and B) they all seem to have great interest in being run over by a bicycle. A bit challenging avoiding manslaughter there, but we managed.

This morning we woke up early to have a meeting before Declan and Maria went off to the Apartheid Museum. It’s strange ...

Rubbing shoulders with the big boys... literally!

A travel blog entry by leahwestbrooks on Sep 05, 2011

2 comments, 73 photos

... to and from the venue, to dinner, up in the morning and to bed at night… As you can imagine there were a lot of other responsibilities within these different jobs AND don’t forget the little fact that these teenage girls and BOYS were all staying in the same place…I felt like such a mom half the time… the girls called me “The Hawk” because I had eyes everywhere! I was so grateful though for Claire Perry and ...