Panorama Guest Farm
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... buy my visa at the border (although there are plenty of stories online of people being turned away). The other problem was that the bus companies in Nelspruit flat-out refuse to take anyone to the border unless they already have the visa, meaning the only option would be to catch the local minibuses instead. Fingers crossed on that one.
So, that's it for South Africa, after about 6-7 weeks. An ...
Back to South Africa today, to drop-off trinkets with our friends in Barberton. We chose the 'Genesis Route', which I presume is so named because of the very ancient rocks it passes. It follows the valley next to the ridge that marks the border with Swaziland. It's very picturesque, but too long for young persons crammed in the cab of a bakkie without seats. After a tasty BBQ we were treated to yet ...
... We spent the next few days with Tim’s Auntie and Uncle; Moz and Ivan in Joburg. Two days of spoiling and gluttony well spent. We started with a tastey breakfast out followed by a day out at a lion and rhino park. We didn’t see the rhino at Addo and Moz was keen we got to see some before they are all poached. The park had all sorts of crazy cool animals in it and it was amazing to see leopards, jaguars and tigers too. Tim even got to hold a ...
... elephant. Both elephants had come to the sanctuary from private ownership. Our first meeting really was "up close" as we felt their trunks, tusks, ears, and feet and looked into their mouths (really BIG tongues!) Seeing elephants in zoos or circuses just doesn't give you quite the same perspective as standing next to (or partially under) one of them. Then we led them around by their trunks which actually has a couple "lips" that act as their ...
... baboons were on the move toward the camp which seems to be a nightly ritual. The only novel creature was a Fish-Eagle ripping the meat out of an upside-down turtle shell. Unfortunately, the eagle was a bit too far for our meager lenses to capture a good picture.
We're going to drink the rest of the bottle of "Kat Karma" tomorrow in hopes that, with some morning sun, we'll bag a picture of the elusive cheeta.