Hamiltons Tented Safari Camp
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... with trailers. This is a very interesting little town which dates back to the 1800's and there are a multitude of tourist options like Museums and Monuments and also worth a visit is The Valley of Desolation situated within the Camdeboo Nature Reserve with its amazing views over the dam and town and Klein Karoo landscapes. Sunset makes these sheer cliff faces come alive with colour. The N9 was our preferred route from GR having driven it on a ...
... game spotting! In our case we just had to try the pancakes and iced coffees - they are not to be missed! Hot it sure is and by 10am the temps have risen to 27 degrees and have reached a high of 37 by 4pm!! Dry heat makes one incredibly thirsty so the collective management of freezers and fridges has been kept in check by TK & Peter especially as priority is given to the making of ICE - mess with the making of this valuable commodity and you get sent ...
... salmon with scrambled eggs, potato rosti and cream cheese and crispy capers for me
Doug had scones with butter and jam, Granola with yoghurt and poached eggs with mushrooms
While we were sitting there, the American couple on our game drive called us over as they could see elephants crossing the river – Doug grabbed the camera and took some photos of elephants crossing the river and got a great one of three crossing ...
... Our guides and trackers said they would leave us there for about 20 mins while they tracked the lions.
I asked the Canadian couple where their other passengers were and they said that the couple were leaving today and decided not to get up early, but to sleep in as they had seen the animals they wanted to see in any case !! None of us could believe it – they have travelled all this way, have seen the “Big 5” and that's enough??? We ...
After that, we drove back along one of the bush roads where I spotted a small dark furry creature … it turned out to be a Dwarf Mongoose who had made its home in an old termite mound. In fact there were several of these mounds and Mongooses who were quite shy but after a minute or two, popped their heads up out of the enlarged hole to look at us – very cute faces with round ears !
Earlier I ...