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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      A travel blog entry by lynnmiller on Oct 19, 2013

      ... and having a glass of wine on our own private patio. We all have our own rooms and patio next to each other overlooking a pond and waterfall. Not too shabby. There was a wedding at the estate so we passed some time watching all the activity. Somehow Janis and I got invited to the reception but we did not go. It has got quite cold and damp so we all retired to our rooms again with a blazing fire and to finish packing. I could get used to watching tv in bed in front of a blazing ...

      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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      ... on the grate rather than the seat. I moved forward a bit more after that but had to remind him to keep his left foot away from my clutch. (A regular occurrence when dink-driving someone). We didn't see the honey badger but I showed them the hole where it was sighted. From then on I got picked on for my looking in holes everywhere but at least I could say I've seen a honey badger. A still doesn't believe me because I have no photographic evidence but admits that if Ch says I saw one ...

      First Aid and The Honey Badger

      A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 19, 2010

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      ... over to the fridge. This meant me crawling into where the bin usually sits and lighting a pilot light by hand. I managed to avoid getting burnt though there was one moment where the horrid "foof" sound and accompanying flame did get a little to big for my liking.
      I headed off to bed after that was done because I was so dreadfully tired. I started to drift as soon as my head hit the pillow then about 5min later there was an explosion (which shook the cabin) and a scream. ...

      The Rain Gods and the Shower Gods in Cahoots

      A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 17, 2010

      ... to just wander to, I'm left to stay on my balcony and amuse myself some how. The Boys are keeping to themselves as usual and I've no doubt, if it doesn't rain, they'll go for a wander like they have every couple of days. I'm not sure where A has gone, I saw him to say 'morning' but he seems to have wandered off himself somewhere. So, yes, I shall amuse myself watching the birds and listening to the baboons and perhaps reading another Narnia book - The Horse and his Boy is next in ...