Singita Lebombo Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The aim for today was lions. There was much tracking and radio-ing of possibilities, but the lions remained elusive. They seemed to cross behind our vehicles - when we backtracked, there were lion ...
... Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; line-height: normal;">It was a long red eye flight...V was the envy of all of us - he slept for most of the 10 hours, in an almost impossible hyperextended neck position that is so him ...nothing has changed in 24 years.
... he stretched, yawned and eventually fell asleep where he sat, completely oblivious to the flash of the cameras, the beam of the torch and the excited chatter of the guests who were delighting in his presence.
We arrived back at camp in time for dinner and ecstatic at what we had discovered on our last game drive. Dinner was again by camp fire although the tables had been set out for couples, it took all of five minutes for our group to re-arrange ...
... night. We passed through this town on the way to Swaziland. We had thought about spending a night here based on what Lonely Planet wrote about it, but we're glad we didn't. There didn't seem to be much to see or do and the only restaurant we saw open was a KFC.
But this region is famous to Geologists worldwide. Who knew that the world's oldest rocks were found here? I'm the kind of guy ...
... On a bridge next to N'wanetsi river we saw Egyptian geese, saddle billed stalks, grey heron and hammerkorp all drinking at the same spot! The bird variation re-established!
After a quick lunch and fuel stop back at Satara where we saw a huge lizard (water monitor I think, could be land, no idea really) we decided to stay on the main road to make some way back down to Skukuza. Ten minutes in we saw the sweet sight of a row of stationary cars which turned out to be ...