Three Cities Greenway Woods Resort
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... elephants including elephants playing in a water hole, baby elephants and a crew of 11 elephants appearing over a hill to come for a sip of the cool water of another local watering hole (it was really cool as we just saw one and then more and more keep appearing) -30 plus giraffes -Zebras -Hundreds of Impalas -Many Kudu -Waterbuck -Rhinos including an adorable baby rhino -Hyenas including a mother hyena with three pups -Honestly ...
... on drive. Even washbasins in toilets have view of the animals! Took the N12 then N33 the Highlands Meander. Saw quite a few power stations Brian said they have 5 coal powered ones, all in this area and one nuclear in Capetown. Quite a few coal mines and coal trucks on road. They have warning signs for potholes in road and they are serious potholes (in bitumen!), you could lose a wheel in some of them!!! Went through town of Belfast, settled ...
... for lunch. Yes, pancakes. But for a true understanding think French crepes with filling, both sweet or savory, wrapped in a pancake instead. Many wanted to remain in Graskop longer merely to be able to work their way through the menu trying the different, and very delicious, pancake combinations. An efficient check into the hotel, with a welcoming glass of Amarula was followed by all wandering the open rooms and marvelling at the art ...
... for game, as apposed to normally looking out the front window. Either way....I knew it wasn't going to be a good afternoon. We didn't let my condition slow us down any. If we saw animals, we stopped. That's the rule! The bigger the animal, the longer the stop. And no animal was bigger than the massive male Lion we saw. He was about 50 feet from the road, napping in the shade under a tree. He tossed and turned, got up on his feet a few times, ...
... to tourist info for help with accommodation but lady in there not too friendly. At first I thought we must have walked into wrong place but she did get warmer, mainly after James found her son hiding behind the desk and started to chat and play with him. Wherever you park here a man appears and asks “Chec k your car?” ( would we like him to watch it for us) – we asked in the tourist info what was the usual amount to pay for this snd she said beautifully ...