Protea Hotel The Winkler
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the sky, every animal on the ground, knows their habits, why they act the way they do, etc. He could guide at Kruger full time, no problems whatsoever. We finally made it to Lower Sabie about 5:00. We have been driving since 7:00 AM. 10 hours of driving, about 145 KM's covered. That's right, 14.5 KM's per hour. That's how slow we drive, and how often we stop to get a glimpse of these animals. Lower Sabie is one of the original (aka OLDER) ...
... some alright fish and chips but it was obvious that he had made another food mistake. After the meal we all got a bit bored so decided to do something amusing. Dad went first by making his tongue into a tube, I went second by showing them that I could focus one eye on something and the other eye on something else. Mum went last by showing us that she could make her tongue touch her nose, the waitress was so nice we got a picture of ...
... 8212;turns out the 90 min ride took us back to about 10 min from the airport! Nice hotel—it is connected to a very upscale shopping mall with pilates center, craft shops, nut store—macadamias are grown here—knife store, interior design, etc—great dinner at a Pub—then off to bed.
Going to Kruger game park tomorrow for the last leg of our trip. We’re hoping to see a rhino or two ...
... helps that we slept till 10am and stuck to one drink! We waved Carl and the American couple off after quite a few lazy hours by the pool with everyone talking about what they should be doing! Seitsel (Dutch guy) was really worse for wear...possibly still drunk! He ended up getting some sleep in the hammock! We said goodbye as they were leaving on the Baz Bus to Swaziland, along with some Welsh folks, who we may have insulted last night, all in good fun though! So with ...
... it hard to believe we were there. Unfortunately there were necessities to take care of. Since we had so many people and kitchen facilities we need food. A short drive into Hazyview and we were at the Pick and Pay. OK, so we are in Africa shopping at a major grocery store. Kind of a surprise but, hey, take advantage of it. This was not only fun but an experience. When we asked for sliced Turkey we were met with a blank stare. Oh ...