Lone Creek River Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... were so excited too about the music things and the teacher immediately started with the flashcards. The children were very polite and well behaved, they raised their hands to answer the math problems, and they were pretty good at them. They all wore uniforms and were very tidy. Many of the children are orphaned because of Aids or their parents are very poor. The school serves lunch there and for many kids, that is the only meal that some of them get all ...
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 ...
... to a room where we were allowed to stay for the night and Rob went back with a security guard (who was asleep) to pick up the belongings and pack up the tent so whoever was out there couldn't come back to steal more.
After that, we spent a sleepless night in a locked room with a bed and toilet. Neither of us able to drop off to sleep, suddenly realising just what had happened and what could have happened. We took stock of our belongings and ...
... The giraffes are also not spotted too often so if we saw them we were to count them too. We set ourselves up on top of the hill and looked into the valleys trying to spot them but after 3 hours – nothing. So we spent our last half an hour looking in a different area then headed back for lunch before going over to the Eastern Line to check fences. We got back just before a storm hit, and that lasted all night. It’s cooled everything down dramatically and ...