Nkambeni Tented Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning, after showering and turning around to pick up my towel from the rack, I noticed I had been sharing my shower with a friend. A rather large cricket type insect! I know they're not dangerous or anything but it was a bit of a shock!! We had breakfast overlooking the river with fantastic views and hippo and buffalo opposite us. Just outside Lower Sabie camp there is Sunset Dam. There are always hippos, crocodiles and water birds and other animals come ...
Transfer from the lodge to our next lodge was don't by a really nice guy from S Africa, who spent 2 years in Canada and US working for a traveling carnival. He worked the tilt a wheel, said he could tell us anything about a tilt a wheel we asked as he knew them very well. He said American women offered to marry him for a green card, he told them he would marry them but they would have to come to S africa to live as he loves the bush. He got ...
... giving each of his brothers a gift that he had received. He even bought Max a Lego man with his birthday money. Which is enough to make any mother gush with pride, not that I can still actually believe I'm a mother, on the bad days, I know it loud and clear but on the good days I find myself stopping to think, "did I actually bring this life into the world?? Did I raise this child and teach him these things that make him so amazing??" Surely not little 'ol me??
As for ...
... corruption with the police makes me want to turn on my invisible button. That's right, invisible Shana...no one can see her...I like this idea.
We made it to Drakensburg after just a few wrong turns but the drive became impressibly impressible. I like that phrase too... I thought we were in desert land when I looked to my right and blue water clearer than clear, bluer than blue with incredible mountains set behind...stunning. The one ...
... mist. I also walked around behind the falls where the Zambezi river spills over to create one of the wonders of the world. Then started a string of me meeting people that would take me thru the rest of the day. While looking at the falls i met to indian guys who i had take a picture for me. About an hour after that i was about to leave the park but i ran into the indian guys again, and they said we should go check out the boiling pot, i had no idea what this ...