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... by themselves. It was that bush bucks lucky day. She finally ran off, and joined the rest of her herd across the way. We are still on the look out for elephant, leopard and lions to complete the big 5, but hopefully three days in greater Kruger will help with that! Wow! What a day! We got back around 2am, and had to be up around 5 for a flight to Cape Town where I'll be posting from next! Thank goodness for flights to write about amazing days like this ...
... both drank from a puddle.
Back to the buffaloes, who were eating as they slowly walked closer to us. I wasn't as interested in them, so I went back to watching the rhinos. The male rhino then reappeared and this time he walked across the river. When he reached a shallow muddy puddle, he sat down, rolled around in the mud and then sat again. I could not believe, but then more white rhinos appeared from the same side of the river as the other ones had. This time it was a mother ...
... supermarket) probably got lunch but I declined, wasn't hungry anyway. James then drove me to Dumazulu village (they had contacted James as demonstration dance only on at 11am, so missed it). Personal tour of village by Isaac, 19 people actually live there. Isaac taught me some Zulu (told James off for not teaching me on long drive). Met chief who asked if I was married or not. I said in between and he got excited and was about ...
... as there were Lions near the path (made sure I wasn't first or last in line!!) Picked up signal for one of the dogs but couldn't find it. Then got signal for Lion but lost it (right near camp!!) Got back around 10.30. Pottered around doing blog. Did wacky Wednesday practice. This is a practice of emergency phone calls in case an emergency occurs. Sandwiches for lunch again. Headed off at 3pm, we ...
January 25 to 27, 2014 Clarens is an arty, laid back country town with whitewashed buildings and quiet shady streets. It is surrounded by green hills and the magnificent Maluti Mountains that change colour as the sun rises and falls. We scampered out of bed and joined a group of London bankers and the proprietress of our guest house for a 6 am hike up the mountain across the road from our accommodation. Our hostess was a wildly eccentric woman in her early 60's who had retired early ...