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TravelPod Member ReviewsEagles View Mountain Lodge Limpopo
Fabulous place to stay. Quaint with all the little touches which make you feel relaxed and special, including port and choccies on arrival and a well stocked breakfast pantry. The resident cats, birds and chooks make you feel at home as well. A quiet and peaceful oasis in the middle of a lovely city. Highly recommended.
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... The air stewards had to close the toilet for the remainder of the flight ;-). Once on the ground, we caught the shuttle bus to the hire car depot and hired a car. After waiting for ages in line we finally got our car, a 2015 red Jeep Patriot and we drove down to San Diego where we all caught up on sleep that we didn't get on our plane trip over, except dad, who was driving. The drive took about 2 hours. We drove to our hotel, the Bahia Resort Hotel, where we ...
... home made raspberry liquorish (after being given a sample- that's always how they lure you in!) and shared an amazing freshly roasted lamb burger. Then we came home and quickly made a chickpea salad for lunch (thank goodness for that!) and then dashed off to the World Cup Cricket Match between Australia and Scotland (I knew nothing about cricket but had to jump at the opportunity!) and we ate more ****- fries, wine (Wolfblass wine- their sporting events are so ...
... for a bit, had coffee and our lunch all the while watching some beautiful yellow tailed black cockatoos out of one side of Vincent and the beauty of the River Tamar out of the other window. Can't beat having lunch in Vincent that is for sure.
To look at the lighthouse involved a 10 minute stroll up a small hill, passing past the feeding trees of the yellow tailed black cockatoo. We must ...
... and other goodies. Oh well if that is the only downside it ain't too bad.
About two pm we headed out aiming for our campsite about 35 km away. A lovely journey through more picturesque countryside. The campsite is amazing, right next to a trickling, rushing babbling brook. Well actually it is the river that feeds Launceston. However, in this instance, it is just starting and looked like a stream. Myrtle ...
... Miles being right.
The Safari route disappointingly ended in the peak hour rush of Launceston. I was hoping for a Dakar style finish line with crowds cheering and photographers snapping my picture. I must have come into Launceston the back way. There was time for fuel but I was concentrating too much on Jake adjusting tyre pressures that I filled up with unleaded instead of Ultimate. (Shh, what Glen doesn't know won't hurt him). At least ...