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... over" look. Once on the road, we passed several tire stores and towtrucks! Coincidence? I think not.
At that point, we were hungry and ready to get to a hotel, but even though we didn't have reservations, we knew it would be at least another couple of hours. And the only restaurant we saw in Piggs Peak was a KFC. We drove on to the Ezulwini and Malkerns Valleys where most tourists stay.
... a manual transmission and it's not as hard as I thought. And the car is only $20/day here.
We booked a room in advance and it was lovely. The Afrikaner owner stopped in to say hi and we had a delicious breakfast in our room before we left in the morning. All we really did in town was shop for supplies and catch up on ...
... a private area there is much less traffic - just a few jeeps from the neighbouring lodges. It makes it much easier for us to get a good look at the animals..
It is amazing how the animals just accept the jeeps being there. We are not allowed to stand up to take a photo or put and arm out because it would alter the profile of the jeep and we would probably be attacked. George told us that when they started going out in jeeps 18 years ago the animals would run ...
... had a few national holidays. Nito, a friend of Tenteleni who we met in our first week, has done an amazing job of fundraising and building an orphanage in a neighbouring township. So, as we had several days free, we volunteered and helped to paint, move rubble, plant and put in glass windows. (I personally did not do the latter) Was good fun, especially as the children who will stay in the orphanage were there as well as an American family. A fair bit ...
... least we had good morning light and got some African sunrise shots and some good shots of elephants, giraffes, rhinos, buffalo, and some birds in the sunlight. We were especially fascinated watching an elephant graze on savana grass and shake off the dirt (by making "dry runs" of stuffing a wad of grass in his mouth but stopping before it got there) as many as eight times before he'd eat it. (In a zoo, an elephant just grabs ...
Other places to stay in Nelspruit
Cnr N4 & Graniet Street, Nelspruit | 3 star hotelfrom $66
Cnr Madiba Road & Koorsboom Streets, off N4, Nelspruit | Hotelfrom $89
15 Government Boulevard, Riverside Park, Nelspruit, 1200, Nelspruit | 4 star hotelfrom $179
30 Jerepico Street, Nelspruit | 4 star hotelfrom $69
Cnr. White River Road & Government Blvrd Riverside Park Ext. 1, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga 1201, Nelspruit | Hotelfrom $50
cnr Samora Machel Drive & Henshall Street, Nelspruit | 3 star hotelfrom $89
Roodewal 251 J.T., Nelspruit | Hotelfrom $45
23 Sheppard Dr, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga 1201, Nelspruit | Hotelfrom $195