Mont Aux Sources Hotel
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Got up early to walk in the better light and cooler temperature. Walked for about 3 hours - some of the national park trails. Used my "picnic snake" (we'd been told to buy plastic snakes to keep monkeys off our food) but only managed to scare another hiker. Up ...
... was just kind of lazy... I'm catching up on my blogging. Only problem is, our wifi has been very sparse, so I can sometimes upload text, but pictures won't upload. As soon as we get some good wifi, maybe in Capetown, I hope to get the pictures caught up too. Tonight if the rain subsides, we hope to have a barbeque. We are 8for8 on days of pouring rain sometime throughout the day, but this morning was beautiful sun shine in ...
... not worth the price to go into the park
on such rainy days.
On the way back to Jo’burg, we stopped at Carletonville to
meet the van Dalen family, who are a very hospitable Afrikaaner family. They
invited us for a braai and a tour of Carletonville, which is the center of the
gold mines. Though a lot of the mines have been shut down, there is still ...
... of a mind-fogger last night that I was persuaded by the resident guides to do their trek up to the second highest waterfall in the world, despite the extortionate price and my instincts screaming "they probably have a vested interest you gullible fool!" It later turns out a couple of friendly Germans would have given me a lift for free. Fool! The number one rule for Africa (after "never start a land war in Asia") is always ...
... The antelope area, containing blesbok, gnu, impala, gemsbok, and zebra, is in a separate part away from the lions and other carnivores.
The Carnivore restaurant, situated in the grounds of Misty ...