Silonque Bush Estate
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... of checking for guns is definitely not effective. Only in 2013 300 Rhinos have been shot for their horn. Organized criminals use all means to kill this animals. Often with help (information) from locals. And as some people say, the horns sometimes leave the country in diplomatic mail. Rangers do anything to protect these animals. but, it is WAR. In 2014 already 40 people have been killed in the war against poaching. Some private game parks have 24/7 guards following the Rhino ...
... He believed that the next-generation was going to be much better. He did say though that both the government and the parents of these children were going to have to work to make the next-generation lives better. The guide that gave this talk is called Nelson. He told us about his childhood. He was born in Mozambique. His parents told him to run and do not look back if he ever heard guns. There would be soldiers trying ...
... and my parents, and their trip experiences have helped to point me back to Him. We were literally able to see every animal we prayed to see, and when I prayed that God would use His imagination, we saw even cooler things, like a Hippo out of water and active!. Granted, that may not sound exciting, but we also saw a Black Rhino, which at one point was thought to be extinct. I say these things as a testament to God's provision, but ...
... We decided to check out the Olifants lookout. It was very nice but the road was quite rough but we did have some nice views and saw several very nice and large male Kudu along the way.
Got back and decided to fix our own dinner so had nasi goreng and a very nice salad along with the fine bottle of wine we had bought for the dinner. It was warm outside so we moved inside and had a fine evening blogging and sipping wine!
... br> The next morning we were up ealry again and Devin took us into Kruger park for a tour. It was alot different than the private reserve. You had to stay on the roads, whereas in the reserve they took us everywhere to find the animals. We saw lots of the same animals and a few more species of antelope and lots of birds. We did manage to see a lioness sleeping in the grass which was pretty cool but no leopard!!! It was goo dhaving ...