Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
Luxury, in its purest form, transcends both the material and the sensual. It is a pannier for the soul, suspended quietly in space and time, high above life's familiar course. The joys of a bygone era await you at Royal Malewane, situated on a private reserve within the greater Kruger Area in South Africa. Accommodating a maximum of 20 guests in …
... br> We took an elongated route to return to our camp site from Kruger as there was a protest blocking the main road. We saw all this rubbish on the road and an upturned bus in the distance that had resulted from the demonstration. The protest was about poor public services such as access to good water, power etc. It is amazing how destructive these demonstrations get in South Africa, we certainly got the feeling that there is an on-going sense of tension ...
... he did several times - as he huffed and swung his head. Then our driver said, "They want to cross the road and we are in their way." We promptly backed away and sure enough, the family happily crossed the road. We felt as though we should have had a crossing guard!! Kruger also offered up sightings of some live giraffe, some zebras, warthogs and of course - lots of impala.
... I liked just before we left home. We both brought magazines to read and I picked up a local newspaper a couple of days ago. Too bad we didn't have a deck of cards. I was able to get online for a bit as well, but downloading photos took forever or the connection would drop.
We were entertained by the local baboons all morning. They eat a fruit which looks like an apple off a palm type tree. They go to the top of the tree and eat it there or sometimes pull ...
... or male, basically I would be in a little trouble and would defiantly have to try for that little boy.
We bid the evening goodbye and went to bed, joining Layla in dreamland.
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- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center