Courtyard Hotel Sandton
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... moved to another limb - clearly he was uncomfortable and wanted to lie down on the grass but he had to wait until the Hyena moved and once the Hyena was out of the way, then the Leopard jumped to the ground and lay on it and panted. Apparently panting aids the digestion !!!
We left after about 20 mins and drove through the park heading back towards the Lodge when we spotted 4 White Rhinos – one was hiding – not very well – ...
... 1970s. It was chilling listening to various politicians justifying the policy.
We then went into Soweto which is now a city in its own right. We walked past Mandela's house and along the streets were the riots took place. Our tour driver is from Soweto so gave us an insight from his side as well. Soweto is now a desirable place to love and there are white south africans moving there as well as it is cheaper ...
... As the park is fully booked we stay outside in the town of Komatipoort. Our hotel is a few kilometres away from the gates and the next morning we arrive at 6:45 at the park. We grab a quick breakfast once inside and set off for another drive. It’s great to drive at your own pace and look for the animals, the roads are either tarmac or gravel which means any car can go in. The grass is high and the sun is shining but the animals are out and about undisturbed by our ...
... The antelope area, containing blesbok, gnu, impala, gemsbok, and zebra, is in a separate part away from the lions and other carnivores.
The Carnivore restaurant, situated in the grounds of Misty ...
1 week to go ... Cooking up a storm and preparing meals. Black boxes at the ready . I read an article which sums up this experience... It is a passion and a calling for the wild which lingers always in our memories which drives us to camp, bush and rough it ! But it does not mean you have to be uncomfortable. Thank you CHRIS DAVIES for your BOTSWANA, MET YS ! article in the Getaway. May 2013.