Protea Hotel Park
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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Two and half hour journey via Rust de Winter to Marula. Great campsite. Marula is a very peaceful camping/caravan facility. We relaxed. Sarah, Fionnuala and Ian swam in the pool. Braaied a lekker whole fillet steak which was devoured in minutes. Next day we spent relaxing and getting ready for the rest of our party, the Kesners and the Wright/Burnetts. Met the Kesners at Pick n Pay ...
... rendition, it is very amusing however I will not be able to provide justice to these boys and their rhythm and energy. Despite being our last night, we slept early as we were so tired.
Another early polar bear completed, this time with us pressurising Hugo to come after missing the first one, much to his disgust. We tagged along for an early morning nature walk with Mr Shaba, whom we have come to love. He can identify animal poo's and plants and knows which leaves cure what ...
... wasn't too bad. Beer tasting - tick. Now for some local cuisine. We could have gotten back on the truck but with a bunch of excited children and only a short way to go, the consensus was to walk with our new friends. By that stage I had acquired two new friends, both of whom probably would have climbed in my luggage to come home given the opportunity. Our celebrity only lasted to the door of one of the local families that was hosting us for ...
... of the others we have met so far have been able to tell us. Reasonably so, because the others aren't really anywhere near our age and too concerned about our "safety" to tell us about anything fun. So we exchanged numbers and plan to head to a place called Thirsty Cowboy sometime during our stay.
The others have arrived. Time for some soccer!
Behind us were an awesome group of guys who had... Just a bit to drink. But boy did they ...
... to our camp.
At camp we rested for a few hours. We had lunch and just after midday left camp on foot for a walk. We walked along the walking trail towards the Jacana Hide. I was happy to go for a walk; I just hoped that we didn't come across any snakes!
Along the way we stopped to take notice of the small things in nature. We then arrived at the Jacana Hide, we were now about a third of the way through our walk. ...