Arimagham Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Giraffe and Hyena tracks. I had a chat with out guide, Richard, last night about his job as a guide. He said that he has been doing the 'Guide' job for 9 years now and loves it. It is clear from listening to him that he enjoys his work and that he knows his stuff. Between him and Jacky, the tracker, we are in safe hands. This place is wild, proper wild. We are not allowed to walk around the camp, ...
... a vehicle. The ever-present Land Rovers are not now nor have they ever represented a threat or a food source; they are simply one other non-edible thing in the bush.
B4 and I, with lions literally at arm’s length, are quite happy with that arrangement and, after just these very few days here, confident in our deal: we’ll take pictures and they’ll pose for them without expectation of gratuity.
... finally spotted two female white rhino not 40 meters away. They started to run away, but Christou made a snorting noise that caused them to stop dead in their tracks and cooperate fully for all of the pictures we took. It was so cool to be so close, on your own two feet, to an animal that could easily end your life if it wanted to. I could see the pleasure it gave Christou to share this thrill with us. We walked back on the road and a little before we made it back ...
... to ensure we could get to Crocodile Bridge camp by late afternoon. Sometimes the main routes are not so productive as the gravel loops into the bush; this was not the case today. In the next 25 km or so we spotted - giraffe including a baby, waterbuck and warthogs, giraffe, a lone male kudu, an elephant very close on the right hand side, two ostriches (the first seen on our trip), a large mixed herd of zebra and wildebeest, male and ...
Where does one begin to describe the wonderful experience we have here?
We arrived yesterday just before lunch time. We had risen at 4:15 am to catch the shuttle to Port Elizabeth airport that was not 5 minutes away from the Victoria and Alfred Guest House we stayed at. Needless to say no one was there to bid us farewell although we had been taken care of very well by Jessica. The airport was supposed to open at 5 and we had checked in on-line so it was really ...