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Travel Blogs from Phalaborwa
... our campsite at Blyde River Canyon. The journey to Johannesberg to start relatively late the next morning - yay for sleep ins! The evening was topped off with a lovely dessert courtesy of fellow traveller Eric, roast bananas with chocolate mmm. Eric also had the pleasure of presenting our guides with some little gifts we all pitched in for. Let's just say he had us all in hysterics, Bryce and Innocent included. It was going to be a sad day saying goodbye to all our new friends the next ...
... of man that you care for him?
You made him a little lower than the heavenly beings
and crowned him with glory and honor
You made made him ruler over the works of your hands;
you put everything under his feet:
All flocks and herds, and the beasts of the field,
the birds of the air, and the fish of the sea
All that swim the paths of the seas
O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name
in all the ...
... out and marches over to Robert's window. "Do you always drive like that". Robert replies, "I'm not driving". The man then says we are very rude to do what we did. Did not tell him he should not be out of his vehicle but probably will curtail passing on the dirt roads as much.
Get to Letaba and find a spot and set up our tent, fix lunch and try to take a nap but VERY hot. The man that was camped ...
... We didn't stay long. Our next stop was for refreshment at a small place recommended by Ane called 'Real South African Foods', which was down a long dusty track. This turned out to be a delightful little shack on the Blyde River. I had coffe and Jackie had a cider. BBQ food was on the menu, which we passed on. Onwards to Bourke's Luck Potholes for a walk round. The potholes in the deep ravine were quite impressive, but again there were too many people. Upon returning to our car ...
... the usual suspects (elephants, giraffes, impalas) and had been driving for about an hour and half when we stopped to see a giraffe. I didn't even turn my camera on because I already had plenty of pictures of giraffes. Out of nowhere there is motion 3ft from the truck. This animal just raised up and took off running past the giraffe. We could tell is was a big cat, it wasn't a lion, but that only left a leopard or cheetah. We saw the animal for ...
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Plot 30 - 34, Phalaborwa | Hotelfrom $90