Protea Hotel Hazyview
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids pool
- Babysitting service
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Our 6:30am wake-up call never came. Fortunately we have now been conditioned to early rising so, we awoke at 6:45. We met our two jeeps at 8:00am. This is scheduled as a full day game safari from 8 to 3 with lunnch provided. The jeeps are 10 passenger vehicles -- three rows of three seats and one sitting beside the driver. We sat in the last ( …
... missions. We then got to hear Morley play some very insprational and moving live music, wow, she is truly incredible. We stayed out in the bush for hours enjoying each others company and we all had a wonderful time. Even Richard and the team at Virgin said what woderfully close knit group we had become. They said we were one the best groups they ever had and I believe it.
As we were leaving the jungle party we made plans to continue our shenanagans ...
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... They acted like they haven’t eaten in days. They pretty much finished the kill and went back to the rest of the pack. These adults and pups were so cute when they saw each other. The dogs that had just eaten, regurgitated the kill and the pups ate from it. Our guide felt the other dogs had made anther kill because the pups had blood all over their faces. So we followed the pack to where they had made another kill, an impala male this time. ...
... focuses on a handful of caracal (wild cats with cute little tufts of black fur on their ears); he spent 21 months filming a 30-minute feature about meerkats; he is a professional snake-catcher and spent many years acting in that capacity. We have a great time chatting on the plane (though William is tired), and Daniel encourages me to have a mini-bottle of wine with him (red--drinkable but not good). We both end up having a second, though I opt for a bottle of MCC as ...