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... went as far as the Three Rondavels. Though the day was a bit hazy, the view was grand. We could see the snaking Blyde River for miles and the 5,000+ foot drop to the valley below was enough to take your breath away.
Often we experienced the road obstructed by live stock. Not only was the driving on the left side of the road and shifting with your left hand a concern but ...
... next thing we knew we had
new people surrounding us pointing and talking animatedly. Our
Melmoth “hornbill team” is growing exponentially! Starting your
work day so early often means it ends early as well and, despite the
seemingly never ending rain, the farmers all made sure that we were
entertained. They took us on tours of their properties, all of which
were stunning landscapes used for a diversity of resources. Part
cattle grazing, part ...
... was stone cold, all I could think is he has been deaf for many years and lost the ability to communicate. There is also the chance he has been cast away by his family and had been on his own for a while. It’s hard for me to say since we could not communicate in any way, shape or form. Sadly, it appeared that he had come to the clinic by himself as we did not see that he had any family accompanying him. Danny said this was one of the more difficult patients ...
... got to the park.
When we got to the Phabeni gate, the question was asked of us, "do you have any alcohol?". We did and they told us we would not be able to carry it in if we were not staying overnight. The dilemma...can not go in with it, where to leave it or just find a place to camp in Hazyview? Went to the person at the counter, still no space available so we were going to just go for a day trip into the park. Tom had found a place for ...
... scolded for standing up with his head and torso outside of the vehicle. He was looking at what we all thought was a large, tan-colored rock. Bill was convinced that it was indeed a rock. "It even has flies on it. It's a rock," he said. After more peering, we all realized it really was a lion, but all we could see was a patch of its fur and part of its mane. We waited around for awhile, but it didn't move, was evidently taking a snooze, so we took off. Bill and I checked it off ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSabi River Sun Resort Hazyview
This was our base for a week. A gated Time-Share resort developed on a golf course. The serviced bungalows were well appointed. From here we drove our hire car [Nissan X Trail] to nearby Kruger Park, and the surrounding countryside and towns.
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