Phophonyane Falls Ecolodge and Nature Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... some huge kudu and warthog it was a little disappointing. The other vehicle went back to the lions and had a great time seeing the male and the cub getting up quite close to the vehicle. Upon our return Johane (guide) and Danny (driver) had cooked up dinner and it was another pleasant evening around the camp fire swapping stories. Of course they have a load of stories to tell seeing as they have been doing this for the past seven years in southern ...
... at. Over a beer, we made the decision, not a difficult one, to stay a 2nd night. A 2nd night booked we had a wine on our balcony, listening to Paul Simon, and headed off to dinner on the terrace. Jackie had a massive T-bone steak and I had the 'special' a beef stir fry which ginger sauce and various chutneys. Superb! Still in bed by 8.30pm. I couldn't even stay awake to listen to the football! Song of the Day - Under African Skies by Paul ...
Crossed the border from Mozambique into Swaziland during yesterday evening. Only know we're in Swaziland due to a change in mobile phone network provider. Arrive at Mpaka station in central Swaziland. Carriage next to a bright sodium light which floods cabin with an eery orange glow. Reminds me of that scene out of "One Foot in the Grave" where Victor Meldrew's bedroom is bathed in orange light....only to find a street light has crashed through his window.
Showing signs ...
... which the reserve is really famous for.
Although the park boasts that you are more likely to see rhinos here than anywhere else in Africa, the guides were not willing to tell us, how many animals they had in the park, as poaching is a big threat - the same amount of rhino horn is sold for a higher price than gold on the black market, which is why every day 2-3 rhinos are being killed for their horn in South ...
... in subsistence farming, and 60% of the population live on less than the US$1.25 per day.
I spent a couple days enjoying the wonders of Mkhaya game reserve and the Sundowners lodge.
One thing that you notice in Africa is how tough and content the kids ...