Palms Wilderness Retreat
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... zebras, cudu, tortoises, buffalo, goshawks, falcons, vultures, dung beetles and a jackal. The highlight if the drive was running into a large family of elephants, with numerous young elephants playing in front of the vehicle and then the whole family walking straight past the van, pretty much touching the sides of our vehicle. This was a great morning and a fitting climax to some amazing game ...
... nothing that covers the sheer breadth of South Africa and attracts such a hefty following with travelers. If you're backpacking through South Africa, everyone of your compatriots knows about the Baz Bus and has nothing but good things to say. The bus is almost always full, and enables travelers such as myself to pretty easily get to whatever location they desire, as long as there are backpacking hostels that are Baz Bus stops in that location. So of ...
... where I would meet Lilian. We had planned back when we were at the orphanage together to do the Garden Route (an area along the southern coast of South Africa), and had finally set a date to see one another.
I arrived at the Beach House first. This hostel had been recommended to me by many and surely the view was the reason why. We couldn't have asked for a better view. The ocean was right there in front of us...stunning. I ...
... you head out with a guide to meet the elephants. We did buy a bucket of fruit to feed them.
The elephants are trained to wait behind a railing for the food. Once it was all gone, they wandered around and we followed them into the grass. We were able to pose with them and pet them. The funniest thing was with a baby elephant that I was petting while the guide took ...
... of rocks and wooden stakes. A long way from St. Eugenes. Joe talked about how he was christian but also had strong faith that his ancestors looked over him. beside the church was a small gathering of houses with shebeen beside. the shebeen queen came out and busted a padlock with a hammer to get in to get us a beer. it was very welcome as the midday sun was really beatin down. our final stop was to the local sangoma (witch doctor) Michael, ...