Karkloof Safari Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... wagons and carted them down these very treacherous passes in pieces. They re assembled the wagons below and the trip often resulted with a loss of wagons, stock and lives. Tough people indeed! Probably have not been too many people sitting here for a while who like me have actually travelled overland by horse and wagon and understand the enormity of this process.
After lunch with Chris and Jo James in Pietermaritzburg I headed for the ...
... my Intro to Zulu class at 4:20. So, I had a whole day to finish my homework and then relax, but of course, I did not do that. I literally sat all day long with my Life and Teachings book open in my lap, as I talked to whoever was around also “doing homework” or just hanging out nearby.
Though my day was not productive in the way I planned, I think it was very successful in a different way. A couple of the girls on the trip ...
... area is incredibly beautiful and reminded me a lot of the Grand Canyon or Sedona with its striking red rock and dramatic formations.
The Potholes are named after a 19th century surveyor, Thomas Bourke, who worked for a local mining company trying to find gold. He named them "lucky" as he was convinced that the potholes would yield a large gold deposit. Although there was not much gold to be found in the potholes ...
Rhys and Mackenzie went off to school again and then Ann joined Tracy and I. We did a little more shopping and then had tea at the Valley of a Thousand Hills together. Picked Mackenzie up from school and she went to ballet lessons while Rhys went to cricket practice. In the afternoon I went back on down to Ann and Robs home to stay a few more nights with them. Took some great pictures of their home and gardens, just beautiful. We enjoyed dinner at home and then off to ...
This weekend was absolutely wonderful. We are currently amid the bustles of midterms, and nothing screams "break-from-studies" quiet like Safari! I didn't really know what to expect- but anything I might have expected was more than exceeded. The closest way I can describe it is that it was like lion king- but real life. During our time on the reserve we drove in open-air trucks that looked and sounded almost identical to those found in the Indian ...