Three Cities Greenway Woods Resort
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... for lunch and had a bag of nuts stolen by a humanised velvet monkey who proceeded to grab and try to scare Erin. We spent hours driving along both tar and dirt road, stopping each time we spotted wildlife. The max speed for tarred roads is 50km/hr and dirt roads it's 40kms/hr. We also stopped at two different lookouts. The first we saw a huge herd of elephants roaring off in the distance and a lone make baboon, the second was overlooking a ...
... and the wind and rain had not relented. Ryan and I opted to stay in our cozy log cabin for a few more hours of sleep. When we rose from our extensive nap, braved the weather and headed to the main lodge. There we learned that no one had opted for a stormy climb and the new plan was to try the hike the next day. Our cards purchased in Italy came in handy and we played "Crazy Eights" and "Hearts" with our Danish friends. Sipping mulled wine, we watched the wind gusts push heavy wooden ...
... before I forget... There are the two Canadians Brayden and Tom, brothers who are your typical Canadian, so sweet and nice, I think Brayden is training to be a doctor. Then there's Jody a bubbly Australian who is currently a masseuse but is a fully qualified paramedic. There's Simon and Mike from London who have just finished their secondment in South Africa and are taking time off to explore before they start working at Bath hospital. There is also Caroline and Russel ...
Today we were in Kruger Park, and spotted elephant, giraffe, antelope, baboons, rhino and a dung beetle. The country was lush and green, with some beautiful vistas from high points. The weather has been humid but the rain has held off. Now to bath E, have dinner and fall into bed. I'm exhausted again. This business of both B and I looking after the little guy means that I have no official "down time" like I used to - it is just all go go go. But we are in Africa and I'm loving ...
... the “wrong side” of the road to Oliver’s Lodge & Restaurant. It is funny not seeing anyone in the left side of the car when there are no passengers. GPS did its job well. Just have to remember to look the correct way for traffic. The lodge is very nice. We were greeted at the door like long lost family. We have a room with ...