Protea Hotel The Winkler
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... knew it wasn't any good. Against better judgment though....I ate it...cause I knew we wouldn't have food for awhile. Besides, I've powered through bad fruit before with no problems at all :). We left the camp, and immediately hit a gravel road, the same road we were at last night when we saw the Rhino showdown. Today, more rhino's and hippos....but the best part was the lone giraffe. We watched him for quite awhile. Richard correctly predicted ...
... were being paranoid, trying to walk calmly and appear friendly. James was fine – funny how he has changed he was so disturbed the first few days in Bangkok and now when he’s with us he just takes it all in his stride – didn’t seem fazed at all. Anyway decided to take a drive out to what was described as an arts centre with cafes and gardens – don’t know what was the more strange there or centre of Nelspruit. No black people here – ...
... was an all girls orphanage that came and performed for us. They were amazing. The girls could really shake it! Tamara and I decided when we were done camping to donate the blankets we had purchased to stay warm in our tents to them. The buffet dinner that night was also delicious. It consisted of all sorts of traditional African dishes. Who would have thought that I would like it because I know I didn't. ...
... 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 ...
Turns out South Africa is quite big. Without moving across to a new page in our newly acquired road atlas, we managed to spend really quite a long time getting from Johannesburg to Graskop up in the mountains. This Dutch town really had the air of a frontier settlement, fortunately with a fantastic pancake house to boot, and a tendency to get engulfed in the thickest fog I've ever driven in. We could see how the nearby town of 'Hazyview' got it's ...