Three Cities Greenway Woods Resort
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... car. We then stopped and watched a family of baboons on a rock.p, saw several herds of deer, zebra and Impala, had two black rhinos walk right up to our car and then cross in front of us, see a family of warthogs as well as have a hyena run behind our car. We saw several large herds of elephants and a few stray lonesome ones too. We saw hippos in the waterways and vultures drinking alongside them. We stopped off at a rest area where we got ...
We woke to a tumultuous wind and torrential rain. We were scheduled to embark on a four hour hike visiting ancient bushman paintings and summiting the peaks for a view of a vulture colony. While we were scheduled to leave shortly after our 8 AM breakfast we convinced Wyatt to delay our trip until 11 AM to see if the weather would break. It was a win win as the weather was ****** and most of us could use a little extra sleep as the previous night had been a bit of a late one. 11 AM ...
... animal encounters and seeing them drunk on amarula fruit. Random fact of the day (this one is especially for Levan) apparently in Australia there is a fierce creature called the drop bear, it's black and furry kinda like a koala that lives in trees and literally drops on unsuspecting people walking under... Also note to self when I find better wifi YouTube the honey badger! Oh also I have gotten to know a bit more about the members of our safari so let me write about ...
... the car. I said prices are “cheap” . Yes for us. We wondered about the oversupply of personnel in inside the shops and car parks. As it turns out they only earn between 200 and 300 dollar per Month! For the local unskilled people this is a very expensive place. Most people earn just enough the feed themselves and have little left for anything else.
Meanwhile smiles all around and a relaxed atmosphere.
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... 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 ...