Silonque Bush Estate
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and Rene were there and used our divers for a game. For lunch we had pizza. My mom went to the room when she did the monkeys infested our table so we moved.
Me and my Dad played a game of basketball. We taught Derrick, Rosie and Rene Cheat at the viewing deck. We had supper then went to ...
... road we waited whilst another sizeable herd together with impala crossed the road. Groups of swallows were sitting on the road, not really sure why? As we approached an open area two black backed jackels ran across pausing to look at us. This was great to see early in the morning. They were probably a male and female pair as jackels mate for life.
A white stork was standing beside a small pan on the left. Several large male kudu with long curly horns could be seen further back ...
... small; font-family: 'lucida grande', 'Segoe UI', Tahoma, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">That night we met our driver, Nelson, and spotter, Bongi. They have created their place in history. Nelson's laugh is wonderful and his use of sarcasm great too. He will say stuff and everybody is left wondering exactly whether what he says is true, until he bursts out into laugher a short while after. Minutes into our first safari, we find an elephant, at ...
... readily apparent that Simon was not alone in his meat fixation- for hours on end, very large SA men would jealously guard the area around the Braii presumably just in case a vegetable should make appearance (although potatoes were deemed to be acceptable intruders). I didn’t actually see any of them peeing on the perimeter of their territory but the Braii is not simply a cooking event, it is a validation of SA manhood.
We really enjoyed ...
... of everyone else :) searching the bush we finally came upon what was causing all the hoohaa. A juvenile leopard hiding in the bushes. This one was particularly shy and the only glimpse I got was a patch of spots move from one clump of grass to another. It still counts though! With sunset fat approaching we made haste to the gates before we were shut in. The rest of the journey made peacefully in the dark, one thing My Darling was really good at was putting you to sleep. Waking when ...