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There are continuous signs warning us tourists, that walking inside the game reserve you do so entirely at your own risk. At night, the hippos come out of the water and wander the streets in town, we didn't see any on our way back to the hotel, but they are very dangerous, so you have to be very careful...everyone walks in this town at all hours.
... and conservation that it outweighs the risk, more elephants will be saved as a result of this type of tourism than our lost. His answer makes sense, but I don't think I would see it that way if he had to pull the trigger on that elephant today! It's a sombre thought, but an important one to address, especially for my own views on conservation. For us the experience ended with five very happy people who have found an even greater love and respect for the African bush, and that is a great ...
... 8217;t interested in an evening game drive. Instead I chilled out in the living room and watched TV! Once the weather had cooled down, I went for a walk outside and enjoyed the colours of the sky as the sun was setting. Later on I also completed packing, as tomorrow morning we were leaving for a new game reserve.
The others returned at about 8pm and had said that the game drive was okay. We had dinner, sat outside and enjoyed the sounds of the ...
... Zebras calling. Dinner at 7. Only one Indian couple there. They hadn't started cooking the meat yet so ended up having rice, mealie pap with sauce, Chakalaka, potato bake, vegies and a stew from buffet. Note to self to get there later. Chef reheated roast chicken over cooking plate. Chocolate tart for dessert. Bed had been turned down on my return and had a lovely story on how the Zebra got it's stripes and a piece if nougat. Opened up all windows to hear the African night ...
... many shots of gaping mouths as they yawned!
The water level in the estuary was very high due to recent heavy rains and the banks are flooded, which makes it difficult to see the crocodiles. However we did see a couple of large ones and a small one.
On the way back to the jetty our skipper announced that the steering on the boat had failed! The motors were still working so he had to steer with the twin ...