- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... standing beer swigging individuals, Lizzie has been cooking up a storm, filling up the camp freezers and stocking the Metalian pantry so we are totally self sufficient once we hit the tar road via Kimberley and then to McCarthy's Rest border stopover of Springbokpan Guest Farm. As per my Kruger blog of May 2015, you will have gathered that the roof top tent has been replaced with a Metalian Trailer - fully equipped 'McGyver style' with an XL King size bed! And yes ...
... windows we roamed the shoreline in hopes of seeing some whale blowhole spray. Maybe it a blessing in disguise that the windows shattered as we enjoyed much more than some spraying water. The whales put on quite a performance for us jumping above the surface many times. We saw and heard many tails slapping the wavy surface. It was quite shocking how loud the sound was when the air and water burst from ...
... it was the colorful Knysna Lourie, a bird we had been desperately wanting to see. On looking closer, we found that there were actually three of them perched on the tree. We had unsuccessfully looked for them on the previous day in the forest during our Kranshoek hike so spotting the Lourie was a nice way to finish on the river.
With our canoes safely hauled out of the water and over some refreshments, we learned that our guide, in a previous life, was ...
... is the worlds lkargest free flight bird enclosure. It was massive!! Took ages to walk around. Phil made friends with a little pink parrot who just wanted to be touched but we were scared of them biting us!
Tenikwa Wild Cats
Tenikwa was signed as 1.2KM from Birds of Eden. We knew that we would have to walk through a township (slums) called Kurland to get there. We asked at our hostel if it was safe to do so and they replied ...
... sitting on a nest with 4 eggs in it. Every once in awhile she will get up and poke around the eggs and move them a bit. I don't imagine it's too comfortable for her.
The rain continues and I return to the restaurant for lunch hoping to wait it out, but no luck, it keeps raining. The waiter tells me, of course they need the rain. And, I am lucky I was not here ...