Nkambeni Tented Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... Eagle on a full grown Blue Heron who was then rescued from imminent death by an angry Egyptian Goose- all while hovering just over a massive snoozing crocodile- you just don’t see things like that every day (although the attempted take-down of an Impala by a charging Cheetah was another jaw-dropping experience, and any time with lions or elephants is time well spent).
Simon was also in charge of the meal preparation while we explored ...
... if to say: "See, I'm not so bad after all…!"
The best animal sighting happened on the last day of our safari. Because we were flying back to Johannesburg that afternoon, my expectations were fairly low as we headed out on our last morning drive, and I almost didn't bring my camera. Everyone in the vehicle was feeling relaxed and content after several days of amazing animal sightings, when we noticed our ranger and tracker becoming more ...
... my heart belongs to. Yet here in Durban I'm blessed with amazing friendships and an ecclesia and yet when it comes to work i feel like i'm just piggy backing on everyone else's work and i'm struggling to find my place.
But then today was a good day, we went to Mariannhill and i had a job to run a Sunday school lesson for the kids. It was a weird feeling, the last time I was in this creche was the 2nd day of arriving in Africa, and here I was after 7 months ...
... style. We carried our backpacks inside where we were met by the 'nutty professor' we'll call him. He came to us like a whirlwind, showing us this, that and the other with vagueness in all descriptions, enthusiasm-->none and a 2 second glance at our faces with the final bit of information.
That evening we enjoyed dinner with several English and American young doctors. Really interesting people who were working at a hospital in ...
On our way from Clarens we revisited the National Park we had driven through the previous day. What a change had occured in that time.Previsouly we had seen only cliffs, now we were surrounded by huge fires from where the dry ground had ignited. Further on we saw a herd of Zebras! Steve screamed at this point, turned the car around, drove back to them then got out before jumping up and down shouting 'zibby zebby zebras!!!!! Look Zebras'. Bless him.