Thursday, May 21, 2015

Our ride home from Jamala Madikwe with Sherffeurs Shuttle Service

My camera is NEVER far away, especially when I am in the passenger seat...
Unfortunately, all good things MUST come to an end,
and we had to say goodbye to all at Jamala Madikwe and head home.

The drive home with a very jovial Leon Sher went by very quickly.
He is able to converse on a variety of topics,
and has a plethora of jokes and tales to regale clients with

The fence line o the left is the boundary of Madikwe Private Game Reserve

The local form of transport...
The first 30km of the trip was on gravel.
This has been graded and is in much better condition that
the previous trips I have done along this route

Eventually we get to the tar road.
No potholes and not too much traffic

School is out...

One of the "shops" along the way

And the traffic starts to pick up.
Luckily, at this point, it is going in the opposite direction

The Magalies Mountains in the distance as we head towards Haarties

Hartebeespoort Dam...

Almost home...

Randburg in the distance...
Our holiday is almost over...

TRAFFIC...
But thanks to Leon, we make it home safe and sound.
I highly recommend this owner driven service.

To find out more about what this wonderful Lodge has to offer,
please visit their web site:


Sherffeurs Shuttle Service.
Give Leon Sher a call on:
sherffeurscharter@gmail.com

This posting is brought to you DESPITE
Eskom load-shedding...
Thank you to BP fuel and a home generator!


         

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