The Sabie Townhouse Guest Lodge
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Today Carol and I finished up at Malelane and headed to Arathusa. It was a long 5hr car journey that consisted of many dirt roads, numerous livestock blocking the roads and many potholes. We arrived at Arathusa at 3pm where we dropped off our bags and I went for a quick swim in the horizon pool overlooking ...
... Gavin, two of
the farmers, to realize Lucy and I both harbored an obsession,
bordering on the unhealthy, with Nguni cattle, and they took us often
to see their herds. These are the native cattle of the Zulu people
who have been bred for centuries to withstand the harsh environment
and resist the majority of illnesses that can affect them. They are
also bred for their beautiful coats – each pattern claiming a Zulu
name whose translation ranges from ...
... 2) as Art and I spoke to two local girls, a guy pulls up on the sidewalk, in full camouflage dress, riding a ****** dirt bike and the girls squeal to each other that here comes the cool "hot" guy in town! This rather homely looking fella joins us for a drink and proceeds to go on and on about how all the problems in SAfrica are due to the "caffers" (think "N" word). Apparently, he was "hot" and quite educated!! ;)
3) to impress girls as they leave the ...
... waiting time was telling us about the area by the main gate so when we finished up he showed us the area he was talking about. Mind you, we first had to get back through the fence but this time we went over it (still not easy or pleasant but more dignified for sure.) We quadded up to Main Gate and then down the fenceline a bit. We stopped to walk the rest of the way and past a huge thicket (that buffalo, if there were any, would love!) before we got to the river (or stream) ...
So I've arrived at Enkosini and finished my first day of work. I’ve had a nice shower to get rid of all the dust I’ve collected driving behind C all day.
Yesterday, the other volunteer and myself met up for breakfast then did a little supermarket shop before waiting to be picked up at lunch time. We were picked up by the Volunteer Coordinator who took us to lunch with 2 of the rangers who I was to be working with. After lunch we were to do all the ...