Mabula Game Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Two and half hour journey via Rust de Winter to Marula. Great campsite. Marula is a very peaceful camping/caravan facility. We relaxed. Sarah, Fionnuala and Ian swam in the pool. Braaied a lekker whole fillet steak which was devoured in minutes. Next day we spent relaxing and getting ready for the rest of our party, the Kesners and the Wright/Burnetts. Met the Kesners at Pick n Pay ...
So today I took my children back to the village I grew up in. My dad and his girlfriend Rita
joined us. Forty years ago it was a tiny village with veld around. Today Hammanskraal
(my childhood home) is huge> Adjacent to it we have checked into Adama chalets
in the Dinokeng Game reserve, Dinokeng meaning 'a place of rivers' This reserve is made of many game farms joined together to form a massive reserve. Our chalet is a purpose built ...
... desks, wobbly with minimal leg space. Two girls, whose names we can't remember, showed us around and we were very popular for photos, particularly Shevan. After picking up rubbish, I was a little shocked when there wasn't even soap to wash hands, but I guess this is Africa! Leaving the school with a war cry (in which we had no idea what was happening) we continued our walk through the town to the house of the mother of one of the staff members of Kamoka. One of the richer houses in ...
Took our leave of Khama Rhino Reserve and made our way back to SA via Parrs Holt border post where we had a very easy transit, with exceptionally friendly and humorous customs officials on both sides. The road between Lephalale ( Elisrus) and Vaalwater was the most potholed one we have ever been on and looked like ...
... our bird viewing. There were no options for our short trip at this time of the day, so we checked in and received our bird list. We quickly set up our tents and had a little snack. The campsite is very small; there are only six camp sites. A male ablution block and a female ablution block, each one with 1 toilet and 1 shower. I am glad that this time we are here in summer, as there is no hot water. These days, being the middle of summer, a cold shower will be ...