Pine Lake Resort
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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This morning we set off about 10.30 with Petra and Johan to see Jessica, quite a drive over the mountain range and out the other side, I have yet to write down the area we went to, then it was time to turn up a gravel road for several kilometres. Jessica's surroundings are not flash or commercialised, her owner used to be a park ranger until Jessica came into his life, she turned up in the 2000 floods and has been a happy camper there ever since. She is free to ...
We woke to a very wet morning. A day of sightseeing was planned with spectacular views. We still headed out but revised some of it. It was a fair climb in the van with the first stop at Graskop. We stopped to refuel but the van would not restart so we had to push it to get it going. Fortunately that was the only time we had to do it. Danny our driver did not turn it off unless he was parked on a hill. We essentially followed the Blyde River ...
We had an early departure. As Jan left her room she was surprised by a baboon trying to enter! She managed to shoo it off successfully. As we walked to breakfast we saw other
baboons trying to break in through windows and one testing the handles of
various doors! We returned to the N4 freeway via a different route, through miles of eucalypt and pine plantations, dropping down a winding mountain road to the ...
... here were very similar in shape to these including the exposed red sides. Our next stop on this route was a very pretty spot called the Potholes which is further upstream on this river and is a series of cascades that have carved circular holes in the rock strata by the swirling action of the falling water. Our last stop in the park was a scenic lookout called God's Window where stunning ...
... people we would want to run into, but travelling can be like that, anywhere you go, you might meet someone you know. All in all, it was good to catch up with them and it seemed that since leaving the truck they were more and chilled out.
Graskop was a good base for Mpumalanga's Blyde River Canyon region, so we headed out early attempting to see as much as we could on a tight schedule.
First stop was Lisbon Falls, then Berlin Falls. Crisp Cascades were ...