Lake Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... and what activities we can do here. This convinced me to give them my money but not so much Andy. He saw the whole this as a bit of a money making scheme. Anyways I was convinced and booked in to do 'lion feeding', cub viewing and a lion walk. First up was "lion feeding". We drove out to the enclosures that held all the males and positioned ourselves right up next to the fence, literally about 1 metre away from the meat on the other side of ...
... he had brought his own rod, and is the owner of a beard that screams vast fishy knowledge. Everyone ended up catching a fish, except for him. Although he did have the largest catch of the day, a particularly distressed looking turtle who was not at all sold on the idea of having a hook through his foot. So we pulled him ashore to release him from his torture, although out of the frying pan and into the fire for this little turtle ...
... afternoon. One curious rascal found his way into the cab of our truck. Much to Joe's relief he didn't operate like you would expect a human thief! He passed on the US dollars and the laptop to help himself to a chocolate lollipop. Unfortunately we don't have a photo of the baboon sucking on Joe's lollipop, you will have to use your imagination! P.P.S. If you are wondering who Joe is he is Africa's greatest tour guide! Accommodation: Moth ...
... into the little Harbour of SPURWING ISLAND, made our hearts swell! Here was a place which any honeymoon couple would love to languish for a few days. Put this on your 'wish list', Oupa! Besides our Bush Adventures, I'm never sure what TK has next in store, considering his track record, so was this devised plan a subtle 'second Honeymoon' after 30 years of blissful marriage? It had all the makings of the perfect secluded romantic spot, but hey we ...
... About two hours later, another elephant in the same place as the previous elephant. It happily drank water as it stood in the lake. Paul and I walked closer to watch the elephant. I was hesitant to get too close, despite Paul’s gentle persuasion. I hid behind a fallen down tree. Along came a second bull elephant, it looked towards us, raised his trunk to smell us, flapped his ears and then interacted with the other elephant. Both elephants began to playfully fight ...