The Nesbitt Castle
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Each rhino has its own body guard and they have a shoot to kill policy here, even if they arent after rhino, there are plenty of other animals in the reserve, this is usually what the poachers are after, the rhinos have all had the horn cut back, but it grows about 4 inches a year, so has to be done on a regular basis, they havent lost a rhino in quite some time, but the last poacher was shot 6=7 weeks ago, so things are working out in the rhinos favour
... at around 1:20 pm, a freaking miracle I raced off the train and was greeted by a taxi driver who took one of my bags and we hopped down off the platforms and crossed the tracks to the main exit for the station where his car was waiting. He brought me to bus office near the city hall and I managed to get my ticket changed to the bus about to leave for no fee!
I hopped straight on the bus and settled down for what was going to be a long ride back to Johannesburg.
... the bus to fill out the form. I come back and hand over the money, seems like a reasonable thing to do. WHAT I NEGLECTED TO ASK before this transaction began was what type of visa they were giving me. I got a SINGLE ENTRY visa, I needed a Double or Multiple entry as I was planning to go to Livingstone on the Zambia side of the Falls. You may remember that I got the Yellow Fever vaccine specifically for that reason. WELL when I realized it was a single entry, I asked if I ...
... and were all alone except
for the cows ringing their bells.
Spent another day in
the park, rained for a little while that cooled things down a bit ,
but soon warmed up again. We drove around the game park and saw
monkeys,tree\squirrel, hippos, duickers, klipspringers, giraffe,
baboon, fish eagle, Kingfisher and rainbow lizard. We also visited
anothe cave which had some drawings that you could make out,
... The bargain of the trip I think! We said our goodbyes, took our goods and made our way back to camp, on the way seeing the boys AND our rhinos from the morning! Mum and baby walking alongside the main road, be careful! Camp had a lot better atmosphere compared to the night before which was good, especially after the magical day we had. The other truck had an even better sighting of some rhinos, only 3 metres away. At one point they had to through a small stick at one because it ...