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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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 …
... a pee.
What goes up must come down says the law of gravity and during this heat-intense day a lot had gone up. Drawing closer to the mountains that were to be our first camp site she sent her first warning. The sky flared with nature inspired electricity followed by cracks of thunder that you could feel rumbling the ground.
The air filled with an aroma so uniquely African.
During my teaching ...
... Matty got the sport gene clearly. Before dinner a small group of us headed just outside of the reserve to a watchtower (that was falling apart) to watch the sunset. The watch tower however is very near to another lion enclosure, who are all very interested in hoomans who they can eat. We got very close to them, enjoyed the bootiful sunset and then went to dinner. You may remember Amy from an earlier blog. This week ...
... immediately offered us jobs and even stole our email addresses from the sign in book to bother us further with selling us a job! Cheeky! Our room turned out to be a whole apartment which was just lovely. As well as a nice room we had a living room and large kitchen to ourselves. We had to share a double bed but we managed fine and got a good nights sleep. The next day the weather wasn’t so good and I still hadn’t managed to eat properly but we set out ...
... hour waiting for our drivers to get to us. We were on the other side of the mountain and the road conditions were terrible for these cars. We are so lucky they all didn't get scraped up underneath. On the way back over every pothole the passengers in the cars had to get out and back in. Haha. It was like a movie.
Although tired and hungry, we have a story of a life time. The teens stayed so positive and I am so proud of them. They were ...