Protea Hotel Umfolozi River
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 15mins, took us half an hour and we aren't exactly slow walkers. It all seemed a bit odd! Dinner in the hotel and off to bed for the promise of an adventurous day over the mountains tomorrow.
Day 7 Sani Pass.
On the seventh day of the journey, the dawn treated us to bright sunshine and a clear view of the Dravensburg Mountains that surrounded the Gardens Hotel.
We surprised Daniel, our driver, ...
... area at 2000 metres and then an all day hike up to 3000 metres where you were above the clouds and as they parted there were stunning views of the peaks and verdant gorges. We both came back to the camping ground very tired but decided to pass up on the chance to relieve our achingmuscles in the communal Jacuzzi in the bar area. We had a huge lot of laughs playing silly games and dancing at the bar after ...
... The rhino is killed and left to die. Please look at - www.savetherhino.com On our return, beaded bracelets may be bought from us to support this cause. Ithala is a park of stunning scenery and varying habitats - open grassy plains, dense riverine bush and high craggy cliffs. The views are magnificent and the atmosphere calm and peaceful, a lovely place to be. Off to St Lucia iSimangeliso Wetland Park ...
... rain never let up so we opted not to take a tour and instead went to an ATM to get some Rands, South African currency, and then to a close by mall where we bought toothpaste, wine and some nuts. At the check out line the cashier said that the nuts were too expensive and she took them out and wouldn’t let us buy them. Could you imagine that ever happening in the states? This mall was very modern with all of the big ...
... superstition, weaving, courtship rituals, beer making etc. I tasted some of the beer and it was disgusting, it tasted like stale cider. The Zulu tribe was founded by King Shaka, a revolutionary warrior who redesigned the spear to suit hand-to-hand combat. It was no longer thrown from distance, instead stabbed and retrieved ready for its next victim. One Zulu man wandered around the village looking pleased with himself, I think he thought ...