Kariega Game Reserve
Travel Blogs from Kenton-on-Sea
We headed to the beach instead of doing a game safari this morning, so we were able to sleep in an extra hour. Although it gets bright so early, that we really did not sleep in.
We boarded the boat and cast off around 7:15. The wind was at our backs on the way there, so it was not too cold. The sun is out and the wind is fairly calm right …
Day off today. Although not a lie in as I hoped...up at 7:30am to go to town because all the shops close at 1/2pm here. Crazy. So I actually have access to internet today which is GREAT. Updated my facebook...checked my emails... bliss.
Johanne, Danny and I had our internet time then drove to the mall and bought warm clothes. Even though …
What an early morning! And colder than you think. It is freezing on top of that open car. It's amazing what you feel when you lack a roof or a windshield. Slightly regretting all the t-shirts I brought. Hopefully a trip to town at the weekend can improve my situation, because I'm currently wearing all the clothes I brought. Who would have thought …
... the Easternmost part of the game reserve. It was very refreshing! Photos from those drives are posted below.
We shared our experiences with Brenda and Lawrie Dilks, from England. Félix and Sébastien described them as "very, very kind people". We had many discussions, shared many laughs and our meals together. We are grateful for their presence and their camaraderie.
Please note: some photos are missing from here and I have no idea where they are! I can only think they were at the end of a memory card that I thought was all copied and it wasn't, so they got wiped. Grrrrrr!
On Sunday (four days ago) we left Port Elizabeth to head to back to Kasouga, stopping first in Kenton to visit with Bruce and Luanne who will be visiting for the holidays from Australia. We stopped at the most delectable Nanaga ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool