Shingala Guest House
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Got some much needed rest and relaxation at Shoestrings before heading out to the park. Take the easy way out on dinner by going to the Protea Hotel which is just one block from their door. The food is nice and not outrageously expensive and fun to visit with the wait staff. Back to Shoestrings to catch up on news with Rob before heading to bed.
Early up the next morning sharing a cup of coffee with Rob, and getting ...
... destination Back at Mount Sheba we settled into the 2 bed roomed timeshare unit allocated to Peter and Carol and enjoyed braais and pre-cooked meals while surveying the Samango monkeys who keep a tight rein on their territory and therefore no vervets hang around! Sitting with friends around a roaring fire with some good red wine under a starlit sky is pure magic. Mount Sheba memories were our trips into the forest, visits to Gods Window, Lisbon ...
first gold was found, there was one of the origanal hand dug pits.
Nearby there was a working waterwheel which could be connected to an
ore crusher. There was still the original rails used by the ore cart
coming from an old mine, although the mine had collapsed. There were
some different rocker boxes for washing the ore. Nearby was an old
English steam engine that was also used to power an ore crusher.
Throughout the site were old ...
Out the door at 8am and thirty minutes later we were crossing from Swaziland and back into South Africa, 20 minutes to get this accomplished. A tad faster than going the other way! Within 45 minutes we had entered Krugar National Park and our coach ride became a Game Drive.....and what a drive it was. We saw so many animals in the two and a half-three hours; it was fantastic. Rhino and elephant, lots of elephants, wart hogs and gnus, impala, kudu, ...
... 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 ...
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