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... views, but unfortunately, there weren't many turnoffs to stop. We drove around the town of Graskop and thought we might try to book a room there. But it's a holiday weekend (Youth Day) and there are loads of South African tourists out and about. They've pretty much filled up this one-horse town and all the restaurants looked packed. We decided to move on to Sabie, just south of there.
It seems motorcycle is a ...
... I went on a 1hr walking safari whilst Carol stayed back. The walking safari is mainly to see the smaller things; grass, flowers, dung, footprints etc. Had a great lunch and then afternoon tea before the game drive at 4:30pm. Saw lion, leopard etc... huge thunderstorms as ...
... Unfortunately, we never really captured their sounds. Our noisy Egyptian Goose was still honking up the valley. After enjoying the quiet (you're not really supposed to talk in the hide especially if other people are present), we drove downstream to a low concrete bride and parked there to observe a pack of elephants playing in a pool about 100 yards downstream below some distinct pallisades. When the elephants were finished with their baths, we ...
... with. One guy decided we were American and so I had it out with him a bit- which was all kind of humourous but we managed to shut him up when Craig was going through his waterfall photos and found a strange light in one of them- on closer look it was an apparition of a woman- an angel of sorts. We asked the room what was the history of bridal veil falls and apparently a bride had died there. Everyone was shocked- my anti-American ...
Sabie (sah-bee) is town west of Kruger Park, known for the surrounding areas amazing natural beauty and scenic overlooks. It's also the place where Art and I met up for a few days of traveling together, as well as a Kruger hiking safari!
Sabie the town isn't very interesting, but there were a few funny moments:
1) at a pancake house, a biker gang (Harley's, leather club jackets, etc.) enter the restaurant and immediately order...tea and ...