Phophonyane Falls Ecolodge and Nature Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and blue cranes. We also spotted a fair few animals; Klipspringer, steenbok, impala, nyala, roan (another antelope, first sighting), water buck, hartebeest (ANOTHER antelope first sighting), a crocodile, zebra, pumbas with a few babies, vervet monkeys and wildebeest. Everything smells like lemongrass, it's so nice.
We came back from showering and found a huge pumba mum asleep behind the car and her baby walking around our tent. We then chilled for a bit before ...
... been emotionally broken by others (in a "why don't you just work" kind of way). I have learned to work with different living styles, working styles, hair styles, and life styles. The gamer inside of me has built cities across Catan, railroads across Europe, a false sense of hope in my Rook ability, and many fighting Munchkins.
Next week will be composed of our last large project, moving a radiator out of a transmitter. ...
... bad knees". Quite. She's already got bad knees. I haven't. Yet. And don't want. She tells them it's OK. She'll suffer on another seat. Not a jot of guilt have I. Suggest she would be best seated in the front passenger seat adjacent driver. Oh no. Good heavens. Can't sit there. Oh no. She can't see the driver driving. She can't see the road. What a tiz. Good God. And anyway. She has to sit with her friend. Barking. Mad.
The Canadians are now in a tiz about where to ...
... visited waterfalls (x2) on first day the second being a forest walk and then paddling in the sun at the waterfall. We then drove up Blyde river canyon for awhile stopping to check out the view then head back to base. On the second day we went to Mac mac pools which was gorgeous and drove through pilgrims rest (and old ...
Even seeing the round traditional Swazi housing and the people - what a priviledge!
Men aren't into crafts etc so of course I missed the Peake fine art centre AND the famous Ngwenya glass factory - their blinkers only watched out for animals.
We were on our way to Mlilwane, wanted to save money by doing self catering yet again, so stopped at a 'supermarket'. Did wonder at who was hanging around but Kevin stayed with the car and Matt and I did ...