Buller's Rest Lodge
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Tomorrow we will have been in Africa for a week, and we continue our drive across South Africa with a diversion into Lesotho, an independent nation surrounded by South Africa. As with Swazilad, we will be staying there just long enough to say we stayed there. And as with Swaziland, I'm sure we will wish we had more time to explore the country, but we are resigned to the reality of not seeing everything (this time).
... awning to cover it as well as a cover for the sand pit itself. The fence around the property needs to be repaired to keep the marauding goats out. A vegetable garden has been made - once again my sincere gratitude to the people who made this possible. Once the fence is repaired we, the teachers, volunteer, children and I will plant vegetables which the children will get to enjoy as part of their daily diet.Over and ...
... It didn't take them long, so we sang more songs, I was in the middle of them all singing 'if your happy and you know it clap your hands' they sang so loud and clung to my legs and waist, it was humid and I was sweaty from all the dancing and singing I could barely handle 40 little arms wrapped around me, but when those little smiling faces look up at you it makes every bit of it worth it! After brain gym we were on our way to Happy's and Naomi realised she left ...
... to 2 sunbathing lizards and waited while we ate our lunch. We saw a few birds but sadly no rhinos. According to a few people we've spoken to, a lot of the rhinos in this reserve have sadly been killed by poachers. There are supposed to be white and black rhinos in the park, hopefully they were just hiding from us today.
While we were eating a watching, a butterfly flew into a spider's web in front of our faces and suddenly ...
Today we spent the morning checking the camera grid again and then we did some erosion control on the side of the road. Moving rocks is not so fun but I'm glad Rachel and Nyomi have had a go at doing it hahaha. They have another month without my muscles to help them. Which I'm sure will be fine tbh but I like to feel needed.
In the afternoon we went to do giraffe monitoring and rhino ...