Perry's Bridge Hollow
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Up just after 5. Shower. Packed. Breakfast at 6.20. Free wifi only 15MB, used up so quickly. Yet to get blog up to date and photos up. Checked out at 7. Picked up 7.40 by Brian. I'm only one that he's driving to Kruger. 6.5 hour drive to hotel near Kruger. Saw a few shanty towns. Flying in to Joburg I saw lots. Just bits of metal and wood fashioned …
... the period of the 1940's with a Fridgidair fridge, and an electric
and an old coal cooking range. The other rooms also had period
furniture. Next was the war memorial from WW1 and 2. Next to it was
an Oak tree that had been grown from an acorn from the Delville woods
in France, the scene of a major battle in WW1 which saw most of the
South African Regiment being killed. Opposite was the old printing
shop with some old printing machines ...
... an area with banana trees as far as the eye could see. There were fields and fields of them, each containing hundreds of thousands of bananas. Tomorrow we get up at 4:45 to make our way into the Kruger for a full day game drive. This is another logistical nightmare, as it will start off freezing cold, but quickly rise to around 30*C. It is extremely hot here now, and in the Kruger it will be even hotter, as there will be little shade. (Yes, mother, I will be wearing hat/cream etc...) ...
... it stuck in the loose, sandy ground. So they were in no better shape than when they couldn't get their truck started. We were still hanging back wondering if there was anything we should do, Ranger Ryan was in contact with the other Ranger who said he was ok at this point though. The other Ranger told everyone to get out of the Land Cruiser so he could free it up and get them back on track and they hesitated but followed his direction. Now dear reader, ...
... happy, considerate and caring people. Whatever the case, I knew it would be damn near impossible for Nicole or Bridget to track down my iPad to get it back for me. On the third day I asked Nicole if she had heard anything from the airline and she said she hadn’t but that she had been calling them repeatedly and would continue to work on it and that she really wanted to get it back for me. On the Sunday before I was flying to Cape Town she informed me that Bridget ...