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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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... on a simulator on his computer using the same controls. Despite having at least 100 attempts I couldn't keep the helicopter off the ground for more than 10 seconds. At 1.00pm we headed out to the airport to drop the hire car off. Kevin & Val followed and then drove us to a restaurant, where we could treat them to lunch, burgers, and a couple of beers. After we went via a wetland sanctuary where a flock of flamingos had made their home. Val & I got out the car to get ...
Today we started out early to catch our flight to Johannesburg .When we got to the airport Janis and I were overweight by 3.5 kg. (the luggage not us although after another week of this fine dining they may not let us on the plane.) the baggage allowance is less on internal flights that international. The hostess said to Janis " there is no way you will be able to take that much weight out" So of course Janis and I were determined that we could. We took out ...
... it has been a few weeks since spending time with my colleagues here, in flicking through the photos it seems like it was just yesterday. Shaun and his team have been in operation for many a year and per above offer us total ground support in Southern Africa (cars, guides (has Robin won the Guide if the Year as yet?) research and delivery). Cape Town stands out as one of my favourites in Africa and this was only possible as a result of our team's passion and hard work in ...
... start to catch the early worm at KNP. Although we didn't exactly make the most if it taking ages to enter and then stopping for coffee. Overall it was an brilliant day, we saw 90% of the animals, just no big cats! Ok we saw; Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino, Impala, Hippo, Crocodile, Wild Dog (chasing Impala at ticket sales office!), Turtle, Kudu, Waterbuck, Hyena, Zebra, Wilderbeast, Baboon, Velvet Monkey, Chameleon, Bald Eagle, Vulture, Blue bird, Chipmunk, Mongoose, ...
... centre where go to the supermarket, it’s like being in M&S but its called Woolworths?!?! So different to the same shop in NZ or OZ or even England back in the day lol. Next stop was pick and pay for some bargain hunting as surprisijngly it wasn’t that cheap!! Breakfast out which was really scrummy and it was in the baking hot sun!! How nice not to be in Jeans and feeling the hot sun :O) back to the compound- yep it has high fences, barbed wire, security gates ...