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Travel Blogs from Graskop
... heading to the summit of Longtom Pass. Fantastic views at the site of the last Long Tom gun used in battle.a 155mm French weapon used in the Boer Wars and capable of firing shells over 5 miles.
We had a late lunch there.
We decided to complete the day by returning to Graskop and heading on to God's Window. The view was magnificent, although a little scary being so high and with a sheer drop. We then stopped at the Pinnacle viewpoint. An amazing ...
... sisters (70s; Margaret & Lesley) and four non-English-speaking-Russians 50-80 (didn't even learn all their names; Olga and Zoya were two of them).
We have two tour guides for our tour, Jonathan and Shanli. Our transport is an all-terrain style twelve seater truck with full length windows and roof windows as well.
For our first day, today was not exactly a thrill-fest.. the majority of our time was spent driving, some 5-6 hours from ...
... together. We did four short walks that probably added up to 10k altogether. Each walk had something amazing to look at. We started by walking up the hill above the resort to a viewpoint called World's End, where we could look out over the canyon and see the landmark hills known as the three rondavels. These peaks resemble the traditional African wattle-and-daub house called a rondavel.
After taking in ...
... unusual. The only drawback to our room is that the bathroom is only separated from the main room by a glass door so (if you were so inclined!!) you can watch each other on the toilet!!! Lovely! But later on we found that, if you have the lights on, the glass door become a mirror from the outside so nobody can see in but you can see out. I still think an ordinary door would be a lot simpler!
This evening ...
Today we drive out to Blyde River Canyon, the world's 3rd largest canyon. It is massive and we stop along at different points for some amazing views. We also see the Three Rondavels, a huge natural formation named after the round mud huts.
It is then on our way to Bourke’s Pot Holes. They are large, circular holes that have naturally been carved into the rock by water. They are ...
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