Dullstroom Inn

Address: 39 Orange St., Dullstroom, Mpumalanga, South Africa | Inn
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This inn is located on 39 Orange St., Dullstroom.
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        Moving on to Dullstroom

        A travel blog entry by karends65 on Oct 27, 2015

        It was sad to say goodbye to Sun City, but now our adventures can truly begin. Today has been a travelling day, driving through townships (which is what they call the larger villages of the native black people. Over here there seems to be three classifications - Black, coloured (people of mixed race) and whites.) with people always standing around at the side of the road, either selling something or watching you drive by. Instead of using the overpasses ...

        Eye-opening experiences-- real life.

        A travel blog entry by kleinsinza on Jul 01, 2015

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        ... times to make sure that we heard that he can read at an 8th grade level. This is an astonishing accomplishment for somebody at his age, so he is very proud of himself. Their english was poor but we were able to communicate well when taking some time to explain words etc.. After school, they go to their "jobs" and help guests of the small villiage/ town find parking (which is not hard to find), and "watch over" the cars while the guests eat or shop so the ...

        Getting Charged by a Warthog Named Rusty

        A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Mar 06, 2010

        ... on my shoulder leaning onto my head (as he does regularly)... and fell asleep on my head. Then he gradually moved around to literally being on the back of my head. It wasn't the most comfortable but it did make reading a little easier than usual when they've fallen asleep on you.
        We've just had the rain start falling so aside from dinner, nothing else is planned for the day. Maybe I'll even get a sleep-in tomorrow (0800 anyone?).


        No Fishing, Breaks Causing Breaks & Safe Entries

        A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 26, 2010

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        ... resides to the fact I have but still doesn't believe me, haha.
        We did the whole of the Eastern Line and a few other spots before heading back for lunch. A and I are used to being called up during lunch so we took advantage of it not happening, though when it got to a 2 hour lunch I started hinting that we needed to get rope from the Main House for something to do, then head up and get the North Gate signatures. Before we left I noticed that the Boys had left their keys in ...

        First Aid and The Honey Badger

        A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 19, 2010

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        ... up, open the door and couldn't see anything. I saw A's headlight so asked if he was ok, and was that him. He responded that he'd burnt his face. There began the longest night I've had in a long time. Turns out he'd used petrol on the water heater's fire and used a lighter rather than a match too. Not the brightest things to do but it's an accident. A lesson learnt. It's a mistake anyone could make. I stayed with him most of the night while he crossed from ice pack to arms in ...