African Pride Pumba Private Game Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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How do you write a blog about something that just blows your mind....... Well here goes and the pictures will tell the true story and believe us when we say it was not easy choosing from the 1000+ photos we took :-) Our 3 day safari experience has just been out of this world. We are stayed on the Pumba Private Game Reserve, the staff and the …
We were picked up by Michael our guide. He was a 47 year old black gentleman (his description of himself) who was really lovely. On the just over an hour drive he talked about his experiences growing up in the apartheid times, the transition after and his thoughts on the current government. It was fascinating to listen to and made the time pass …
... at Cana. The Memorial meeting was followed by a communal lunch. I needed to be on the road by 1.30pm to get as far along the highway home as I could before resting for the night, so I started my farewells to everyone only to find that everyone wanted to say a personal goodbye and share a farewell hug ….. It had been an especially warm and friendly time with all these amazing brothers and sisters.
The drive home was a good and easy drive. Being Sunday there was ...
... it seems wants to be the first to attempt passing until there is at least two miles of open road ahead and if someone further back in the line moves then there is no inclination to allow them to cut back in unless they pass ALL cars in the line. There is not the give and take and ebb and flow you find in Asia and it creates long slow lines snaking up hills. It strikes me as a bit of a timid approach but then when someone is assertive it comes ...
... another scene that could be mistaken for an alien planet. Unfortunately, a drive high into the mountains proved fruitless as the clouds hugged the summits and hid all views over the island in a thick mist. There was nothing to be seen other than the grey fog and the twisting, turning road. It was a shame because no doubt had it been a clear day, from that altitude, the full glory of the landscape would have presented itself.
As the week drew to a close it was time once again to ...