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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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... We the met up with Kevin with his remote-controlled helicopter who demonstrated his skills at flying it. The helicopter functions exactly as a real one would and he impressed us by doing figures of eight and pirouettes. Around 1.30pm Jackie and I left and drove down to the Liquor Store to replenish the beer and wine we had consumed the previous evening. We then took a 30 minute drive out to Irene to visit the home of General Jan Smuts ...
... shower and bath and went outside to relax. We read and all of a sudden Aunty Jo started to hear some trees rustling. My first instinct was baboons so I was scared, we listened for sounds and then finally seeing the first monkey. Turns out to a large troop of vervet monkeys. They were beautiful! They came so close that aunty Jo had to chase one that was near our door. There was a baby holding onto her mothers stomach, it was adorable. We watched them ...
... shops total so we walked through them in about 20 mins.
We read, walked around, ate��, drank �� and even bought some perfume, well I didn't but aunts Jo did.
Three hours felt more like 10 hours but eventually we were able to bored. There was a little confusion when they told us the gate we had to go to, they said one but it was gate two. We were finally on the plane and we got our seats. There wasn't any tv screens ...
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