Mount Amanzi Lodge

Address: 42 Plot Rd, Brits, North West 0250, Pretoria, Gauteng, 2004, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 42 Plot Rd, Brits, North West 0250, Pretoria.
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A travel blog entry by benn0r on May 16, 2014

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... to the next bar which was a small inside area with a dance floor with lots of tables outside. It was effing freezing outside so we headed in to grab a quick beer and check the vibe of the place out. We had a chat to a few people, but we weren't really in the mood for the music they were playing so we finished our drinks pretty quickly and headed to the next place, which was a bar playing 80s and 90s rock music. This place was awesome. Another round of tequila \ ...

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A travel blog entry by michaeldc on Feb 23, 2013

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... I was also pleased that I had kept my yellow fever jab up to date as you cannot get entry into Kenya without that. Now my journey has started.
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De Wilts Cheetah Park

A travel blog entry by africa1213 on Jan 30, 2013

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... purposes which has no real effect. They need to take some cute Rhino's to China and educate them of the waste of these beautiful animals for nothing really. We drive into an open field where the wild dogs live. They circled our truck waiting for food. These dogs are the second most endangered animal in Africa, with the Ethiopian wolf the most endangered. They have beautiful fur and quiet cute. A lot of work around the world is being done for these dogs. Into the next ...

Over the tropic of capricorn

A travel blog entry by ian.jane on Apr 16, 2012

... a pump. So off we went the couple of hundred yards through some fields to help. A tyre from his donkey cart was punctured, was in the process of being mended, and my electric compressor pump soon filled it up. In the meantime there was a new arrival whom I told we’d like to tow the dead animal well away from the road so that the vultures could enjoy their meal at leisure… and we could watch. BUT NO! The owner of the calf was due any time… and HE’D BE ...

A little bit of work and a little bit of play

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Apr 05, 2012

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... beg. The women and these tiny bubs strapped to their backs – not even their own babies apparently, are dropped off in the morning and picked up at night. Purpose is to get sympathy with the babies to solicit for money. The poor bubbies spend the entire day strapped in – their whole experience of growing up taking place on a street corner. Her church (NG) has been involved trying to put a stop to this awful practise. I tell you these stories not to ...

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