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TripAdvisor Reviews Ravineside Lodge Entabeni Game Reserve
Travel Blogs from Entabeni Game Reserve
We take the long way to Kruger and visit some very interesting places.
One spot, God's Window was a 3,000 meter cliff where the HighVeld and LowVeld met.
You looked out over this cliff and it looked like god had just pushed exactly half of the horizon up and half down. It was amazing. See the pics.
... one. Simon, the younger male is calmer but wants to be as adventurous as his 'sister.' Fiona has a nasty habit of biting with no notice though (she apparently doesn't like being told 'no' or having people laugh.) So I now have a bite mark right next to my brace... my left arm is simply going to drop off one of these days I reckon! I now have a pillow attached to my arm when they're around so it provides not only extra protection if they jump ...
... at the Station. Next I give a lesson on the radios again and we discover that instead of holding the button AND talking, M has been pushing, releasing THEN talking so only beeps would ever come through. They now know how to use the radios correctly. Back to the Station we went. T, on my request had made dinner but on arrival A swears and says he forgot to drop something at Main Gate for a worker staying there overnight. I offer to go with him being night and all and he gives ...
... from a franklin I think), a chameleon, possible hyena tracks and kudu. But the best thing of all is this track has a number of aardvark holes in the road. I religiously look down these to see if I can find my ever elusive honey badger... or maybe something cool like and aardvark or porcupine. At one hole (a new one from 2 or 3 days ago) I noticed eyes looking back at me. They were orange and there was a black and white nose. Was this my honey badger?! I cheered up at the ...
... quite long showers, and they keep very much to themselves in the food department. Well, actually I've notice they rarely speak to A and myself anymore unless it's work related so unfortunately the feeling is reciprocated. I doesn't make for a pleasant living environment when all you want to do is share a meal, or even make a meal but you can't use the stove at all because they've got all their own stuff happening. I'm trying to get them to realise but fear it's ...