Blyde River Canyon Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... school group would find this very fun and interesting. They would quickly find out why the site is called Echo Caves and also be subject to a plethora of fun with constant climbing and physical work required to travel through the caves.
After the Caves I headed back to Garonga Safari Camp to spend another well-deserved relaxed night watching the sun set while eating dinner. I must say this trip has been so wonderful and I cannot thank my boss enough for this chance.
... was keeping us organized and on time, but he was not informed of the attempts of an airport mall shopkeeper to intercept a certain member of our group. In this they succeeded, by the slimmest of margins, and only because the sliding security door to her shop was being raised just as the last of our flight crew were returning from a final potty break.
I believe the delay was appreciated and justified, as Brian, ...
... that this huge fat old man was barreling down on her, ready to slam into her and probably pulverize her small body causing irreparable damage.
We came home for lunch and after a short rest set of to Wimpie and Linda's for a game drive through the farm they live on. That was loads of fun with us and the kids on the back of the pick-up. We saw two ostriches and Wimpy and Linda's ...
... s weird but not as bad as you would think. We both found that automatically we would try to shift the car with our right hands. I kept accidentally turning on the windshield wipers as I did this. Since that was the hardest part for me I guess I can say that overall the drive went pretty well! We got the cars back without a scratch and without getting a ticket! I would be up for driving on the wrong side of the road again ...
... Satara and put the tent up, this time without crying for help! Venison stew at the camp restaurant for dinner...very tasty. There's a lot more bird life here, and lots of noise from the birds. They're very tame and keep coming into the tent to nick our rusk crumbs...we're a bit scared of the Hornbills. They have a permanent 'angry face'. The signs in the camp say to beware of monkeys, baboons and honey badgers in the camp. A double-edged sword because ...