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Day 5 Hawane, Swaziland to St Lucia
We awoke to another magical dawn with the sun coming up behind the rondavals. We were all up ready with our bags packed and at reception before scheduled time. After breakfast several of the employees were waiting at our huts to take our bags and were totally surprised when told we had already taken them out beforehand. Departed Hawane Resort by 7.30am and headed down south ...
... me thinking I was engaged when I had to say no, my husband ran away. He said I was so beautiful that I would get another one. I said I just wanted mine back. Isaac showed me swords, long for hunting, short for fighting (or other way around, too much to remember!). Bellows were Impala skin attached to bamboo tube to stoke fire. Saw shields made of cow hide (bull as it's thicker) and white wedding shield. Patterns (different ...
... left the park via Nhlozi Gate. As we passed through the pine plantations on the road out we noticed there were zebra and wildebeest in the pine forest, an unusual sight!
Dumazulu Cultural Village was our next stop. Dumazulu is a traditional zulu village, the people live and work there running a lodge and giving cultural tours to show visitors the past and present Zulu way of life. We were met by the village chief who spoke to us entirely in Zulu, teaching us ...
Very hot and humid today. Bernard left today at 3.30 am to fly to Port Elizabeth to work on the SA vs Australia cricket so we're back to 4 in the party again. Decided to visit the Eastern Shores part of iSimangeliso Wetland Park, this is the area that was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999 for it's unique diversity of habitats and wildlife.
Stopped by a pan where the hippos were and John pointed out jacana, black headed herons and waterbuck. ...
... of lions, we would stop, observe and record what we saw. Lions are majestic and beautiful and.... huge! The encounters with lions were often close and exhilarating - fortunately we were always in the Bakkie (pickup truck) when these happened... but still. Unlike wild dogs (especially puppies), lions are not very active during the day, so we often got to watch them sleep, and occasionally yawn - but there were other moments, too.
As we all ...