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TravelPod Member ReviewsSafari Club Kempton Park
sehr freundlich - very friendly
saubere Zimmer - clean rooms
guter Transfer - good transfer
knuffliger Frühstücksraum - nice breakfast room
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So after finally being picked up by my hostel transfer (good old Safa time, always late!) we took the 10 min drive to the hostel ( hang on that the name or where I was suppose to be staying!) turns out it was, there was not enough space at the hostel do I was upgraded to the Safari Club Lodge (they own both!) so had a bit of luxury for the evening …
... it came rain, thunder and lightening. Val prepared a fantastic South African dinner of bobotie, rice and salad, followed by tipsy tart, which we ate watching the spectacular thunderstorm overhead. Kevin got a taste for the red wine and kept insisting on opening another bottle and another bottle. We must have at least 6, probably more before we all called it a night around midnight. A superb evening! Song of the Day - Helicopter by Bloc ...
... towards us, I have to admit I was scared. He turned and they all walked away. We got back to the road and in not time we were speeding down the road, to try and find some cheetahs that were....... Wait for it............................. HUNTING! We got out the open plain land in no time and found the cheetahs. They were resting and getting ready. We were all looking at a herd of zebras in the distance to see if there were any baby's, because if there was the ...
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I got to Johannesburg at 9am on a red eye from a connection in Qatar. I spent my first day at the Bruma lake market, which is full of African goods. From there I walked over to Eastgate mall, the biggest mall in Johannesburg. I bought a few groceries since this stop I am staying in a hostel. It is actually the house Gandhi lived in during his time in South Africa. The house itself is over 100-years-old and newly remolded and ...