Pine Lake Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... consume. We learned that these African beasts claim the title for the most hardy stomach. After a hour and a half walk we were back at the camp where we packed up and headed out. We stopped in a small town to stock up on supplies. Here Ryan and I bought another 16 GB memory card for our camera as we seem to be taking an excessive amount of pictures. Back on the road we were stopped by the police where our guide received a fine ...
... Saw a few Spotted Eagle-Owls. Back to gate at 8pm. Brian picked me up and drove me back to hotel. There was a fire on the edge of the road just outside the park that looked uncontrolled. A bit worrying. Picked up pre packed breakfast for tomorrow morning. Sandwiches!! and pear, muffin, muesli bar and fruit juice. Went to Kuka restaurant for dinner (included in package, can gave up to 200 Rand). Had fillet steak with pepper sauce and chips. Bed ...
... than Ham and Eggs. I picked up a few souvenirs at the Skakuza store (same place I got souvenirs last time), then we headed toward our next camp, Lower Sabie. It was 45 KM's away, which meant almost two hours. Rich spotted more game, and we took our time. Rich is excellent at spotting game. Despite driving the car, he will see something before I do about 95% of the time. He'll spot an animal half a mile away through grass and brush. He knows ...
On the way to Kruger Safari Park we stopped in two towns Nelspruit and Barberton.
When we arrived at our hotel in Nelspruit I was feeling out of place I had not seen a single white person yet. I was also ravenous so we went out to a restaurant called "Cicada" where mum got overexcited about having a glass of wine for the first time.
At the Cicada me and mum got some delicious stakes that melted in your mouth and ...
... 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 ...