Lone Creek River Lodge
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- Free parking
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... lantern. Our guide told us about some of the myths about animals like "Snakes cannot dance out of a basket to the sound of a flute because snakes dont have any ears" It's tthe motion that they follow, not the sound" also "Lions on tv are portrayed as the king and so powerful, but they are not the king of the jungle. There are many other cats that are more powerful and dangerous than the Lion". "On tv, when you see a lion going in for a kill on a zebra, first you see the light ...
With the weather set perfect, we headed off to Mac Mac falls about 13 kms south of Graskop. The 65 metre Mac Mac Falls is a National Monument, linked to the historic South African gold rush of the 19th century. Seemingly a gold-hungry Scotsmen decided to blow the river out of the way with dynamite to reach a gold seam. The result is today's spectacular twin waterfalls and it's well worth the visit! ...
... can walk there. No drinking and driving. Jippee. Maxie says we can crawl home. Haha. Was a great day with some awesome scenery, beautiful waterfalls and nice winding roads. Hoedspruit tomorrow. Have to be there before 11 to get new card from bank, but then we can relax and take in the views. Having supper at The Woodsman. Chicken liver starters and lasagne for mains. Lovely fire going to keep us warm. And some Savanna to quench the ...
... and a gift wrapped up in the local foliage from Mark & Mary. Tour for the day planned by Frans included MacMac Falls, Sabie Falls, Graskop, Gods Window and Pilgrims Rest where we again tested the milkshakes and waffles. It was a unanimous decision that this was the best milkshakes so far. Unfortunately we couldnt check out the Bourkes Luck or Blyde River Canyon as due to strike action the facilities were closed and they were not allowing any visitors in to the area.
... the "RICE": rest, ice, compression, elevation to my arm. I went to bed in a very large amount of pain but as with most injuries (be it lucky or unlucky depending on how you see it) I had the next day off so I could avoid using the quad and rest my hand.
24 Jan 10 - Sightings: nil
A day off for the Rangers and one needed by all. I spent the day trying to rest as my arm was killing me. I got very little sleep the night before, constantly waking up to the pain in my arm. ...