Pine Lake Resort
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... did get accosted by a group of women who wanted him to pose for a photo with them. Not sure what it was all about. Bradley had been approached earlier and he was terrified of the women, not sure what he thought they were after! After a pancake lunch we headed back. Instead of eating out we went into a local supermarket and sorted ourselves a picnic dinner where we did try some Biltong. It is an early night tonight as we have a safari to go on ...
... our fellow Germanic travellers either did not understand…or did not approve of our smutty allusions ……not even a smile was cracked!!!
Dinner was delicious…and the day’s spectacular travel and sightings were capped off by an a capella performance of 3 or 4 songs by the entire hospitality staff….great harmonies. What a spectacular finish to another very exciting and stimulating day of travel!!!! ...
... area now known as Kruger National Park. (The park is one of the largest in Africa and covers 7,580 sq miles). Between 1953 and 1955 they were forcefully removed from the park, transported with their few possessions by truck to a new land about 30 to 35 kilometers (each about 20- 25 miles) away. Both live with their families, parents, and a grandmother in new townships, with over 10,000 people each. They do not own the land but they built homes ...
... cool. We rested and had personal time until about 1:30 when we regrouped on the lodge deck for another sumptuous meal. Lunches consisted of soups and many and varied salads. Then off for an afternoon nap before we gathered at 4:00 PM for "tea" and sweets before getting underway for our evening of animal viewing at about 4:30. We stayed out until about 8 - 8:30 PM depending on whose tracks we were following, or the activity of animals we had found. There is of ...
... a time. The driver showed us some hotels in Zambia—we walked around a lovely one called the Royal Livingstone. Then off to the Livingstone airport where we waited for our flight to South Africa. The plane was a prop plane—about 30 seater. We were met at the Nelspruit airport by a driver who drove us for 45 min—to the WRONG hotel! (Peter’s Bridge—we were supposed to be at CASTER bridge!) He had ...