Birdseye Luxury Lodge
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... and people on the roads. Must have been half asleep when we booked, because the hostel was inside a wildlife sanctuary, but fortunately someone was manning the gate to let us in.
Swaziland has numerous game reserves and sanctuaries, but we just looked around the one we stayed in before moving a short distance to Ezulwini Valley. Have been surprised at the number of high class resorts and shopping malls, but the ...
... areas where 60,000 people live. We were taken around by a young bloke who lived here and spoke very good English. The surprising thing here was that we felt very safe as everyone seemed so happy and friendly. We again felt uncomfortable when the guide took us to an old man’s house who allowed us to walk through all his rooms. The house had walls made of plastic sheeting and corrugated iron sheeted roofing with an old wooden stove and a paraffin heater and candles for lighting with ...
... sharks stay in the area for a couple of days feed them selves with smaller sharks and seals and go on.
They won't get feeded by these boats, only because of a tuna head they come and take a look.
There is a lot of research going on here to find a way to live together in the water with these sharks. As they are testing a striped swim shirt which not attracts sharks. Interesting it is also because the SA coastline is struggling with ...
... dedicated to the children that were killed during
this era. I choose not to go to this
museum, I was on emotional overload and could not handle it…..frankly there
were parts of this museum that I skipped because I could not handle it. Do I regret my visit? No, I do not….but I will not repeat it.
SOWETO….is actually a rather nice middle class
neighbourhood with over 200 schools in some areas and then some ...
... star’ – with prices to match! As we’re fully equipped for camping it’s that that we go for. SO, noting that fences had fallen away, we decided to try for a bit of Botswanan “wild camping”. After rejecting many tempting options… little tracks heading into the attractively wooded ‘bush’, we settled for one which offered us the shade of magnificent marula trees. Before I’d even got the camp fire going we had our ...