African Pride Pumba Private Game Reserve
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... words it pretty accurately:
'Every morning in Africa a gazelle wakes up. It knows that it must run faster than the fastest lion or else it will be eaten. Every morning in Africa a lion wakes up. It knows that it must run faster than the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death. Doesn't matter who or what you are in Africa...when the sun comes up you'd better be running!'
Dad says you just need to ...
Wednesday 9th April So today was an awesome day. We woke at 7 again to another beautiful day, got ready and made our way to the mornings first activities. Today we were digging holes to extend the fences for the elephants. Usually waking up at 7 to do that sounds like hell but something about this place gets you buzzing. Plus we only dug one deep hole each before we went on a mini drive round the reserve. We didn't see ...
... having seen the Zulu village we were a little bit more prepared for what we saw but the poverty still comes as a shock. The township was composed of a mixture of concrete small dwellings that are recent government built homes right next to really basic wooden shacks that house those who have not yet moved or populations of ‘temporary’ migrants who have often built on flood plains or landfill sites. The main roads running through were tarmac but the side ...
... No shopping. No gift making. Nada. Just a normal day.
On Saturday the 22nd we all went shopping for Christmas meals and laid on Sacramento beach with girly mags, followed by drinks and a family lunch at Angelo’s. On
Sunday the 23rd, the day before Christmas eve, we went to The Boulevard (entertainment area) and had fun watching Simon get lost on the go-kart track, causing all of the kids to halt ...