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... a small verandah and is round. We were glad to get out of the car and walk awhile, had a good meal at the restaurant overlooking a river but nothing came to drink. We got up really early for a dawn drive left at 0600. First thing was a rhino, a pack of hyenas and a pack of wild dogs, which was extremely lucky as they are an endangered species now. Travelled South to Berg en Del rest camp leaving the main roads to do secondary loop roads. Managed to see a lion lying under a ...
... As the park is fully booked we stay outside in the town of Komatipoort. Our hotel is a few kilometres away from the gates and the next morning we arrive at 6:45 at the park. We grab a quick breakfast once inside and set off for another drive. It’s great to drive at your own pace and look for the animals, the roads are either tarmac or gravel which means any car can go in. The grass is high and the sun is shining but the animals are out and about undisturbed by our ...
We woke up with an refreshing View over the Bay from our Room and the Weather while still fresh & breezy was at least Sunny. We discovered an Austrian Bakery which is out of this World... truly amazing what Austrian Baker Markus Farbinger has achieved here. After traveling the World his whole heart went into creating this Place.... having studied wheat Milling and the whole Bread Producing process he makes ...
... English. Afrikaans being seen as the language of white supremacists. Fascinating history. Especially as not taught South African history at school and also the fact that it was happening in my lifetime.
Overhear two elderly Canadian gents standing at the urinals. One says to the other, "You can never trust a ****". "Oh yeah....." agrees his friend.
Two cooling towers towering over Soweto. Both painted in fantastic art. It's some feat to have painted ...
One common feature of all the camps is the presentation at dinner on the evening of the last night in each camp of brief entertainment with singing and dancing by all the camp staff for the visitors. The staff seem to like the activity because it gives them a chance to let loose a little in what is otherwise a very quiet environment. What visitors need to realize is that once the staff have finished their own little show, they would very much like ...
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