Silonque Bush Estate
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilonque Bush Estate Phalaborwa
As in the previous post, wonderful! Right in the middle of the bush. You can't get closer to nature.
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Phalaborwa has the most wacky, amazing airport I have ever seen. As soon as the plane taxis in, there is an entire zoo of animals to greet you. This gives you a taste of what you can expect to experience from Kruger National Park. There is one of everything at the airport: one runway, space for one plane, one fire truck, one toilet, one carousel, …
As with every epic journey, the first day always goes by like a blur. We've traveled half the globe in less than a day and coming to terms with such feats, made possible only by human engineering, does take tend to render one confused and bewildered for the rest of the day. It's been quite a day, I've got to say. Just yesterday I was at work …
... was lovely, yet again. Everyone has commented on how good the food is and it really is that good. After the meal, the kitchen brought out a birthday cake for Cath and sang 'Happy Birthday' in their own dialect which was a real treat. It was a chocolate cake and was very very rich and coated in dark and mild chocolate .... The team there then treated us to Azeris of local songs which was lovely and very ...
... them is on the menu for tonight; not ours, you understand, but the lions’.
Breakfast is almost ready when we arrive back at the lodge. We each order our preference of eggs and more while pastry and fruit and yogurt is laid out. Monkeys soon appear. They like the fruit and steal it.
African brunch is completely different from any in Kansas City. In Kansas City, humans are the only primates in the room.
... to look. Each drive we went on we all fit in a ranger with no top on it. Any elephant, leopard, buffalo, or any wild animal had free access to eat or attack us at any moment. BUT, we were with trained professionals, (thank you Robyn and mmBongz). Apparently they didn’t bother you if you were in the truck though. Only if you were on foot.
The African “BIG 5” animals include: