Singita Lebombo Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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High Tea was served when we went back to the lodge for our Game Drive so we had a piece of cake with iced coffee.
Jabulani said we were going to “East” side of Lion Sands Tinga concession - yay … a new place to explore.
We had two new people in our safari vehicle tonight – a mother and a daughter. It turns out the mother is a travel ...
We followed the lions for a while but the bush was getting more dense, so we abandoned that plan and turned the vehicle around then back to road, retracing our earlier drive to head them off before the “break”, ie, before the lions moved out of the Lion Sands concession area.
Jabulani contacted the office for permission to be on a certain road and within a minute or so had heard that the lions had crossed over ...
... got back from the Game Drive, I had regretted that half cup of tea – a bush toilet break where I would have to collect all waste was not my idea of luxury, however I understand the necessity of taking photos and leaving memories only !! Needless to say I was very pleased to see the bathroom when I got back !! I’m not sure if I do have to collect all waste, but that was my understanding … I don’t plan to test that theory in any case !
... wrapped in bacon which was lovely and followed this with a cheese platter.
8.45pm and time to say goodnight and get a Night Porter to take us back to our room.
I ran a hot bath - no point in letting that huge bath go to waste !! And I soaked in it for a while before getting out and hitting the keyboard.
I started to write the blog but was falling asleep at the keyboard so called it a night at ...
... showers. Following the Salitje Road the impala, zebra and giraffe were far away but a roadside waterhole was full of terrapins. Vultures were soaring in the sky but a long way away so we had no chance of seeing if there was a kill. Crossing an open space we saw three Southern ground hornbills, they are huge birds! Salitje Road follows the Sabie River until it meets the Sand River and then crosses ...