Elephant Coast Guest House
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... hot water etc etc. The move in date was to be Saturday and here it was Wednesday and it looked to me like there was still about three weeks work to do for a big crew. For the next few days there was a lot of shouting and many "bosses" sorting their various crews with various levels of success. The organised chaos gradually sorted itself and visible progress was indeed made. The main builder had taken ill so Andrew shuffled his work schedule and took over as ...
... the travel blog, although uploading photos was hit & miss, so that will have to wait.
Shirley set about preparing another meal (as if we needed anything more!) and we grazed on leftover curries - Yum.
Watched a bit of news for the first time in weeks, made me wonder what’s happening with the election in NZ. Didn’t spend too much time on it though, got to get ready for tomorrow’s adventure.
Tuesday September 16, Button Birding, Creighton.
... dinner, we have a night drive and we’re being picked up from the hotel at 7:00 for an exploration of the Western Shores of the estuary.
Right on time, a weird sort of “box on a Ute” arrives with Theo, our driver/tracker/guide. We clamber aboard (easier said than done) and set off. When we get to the park entry, Theo raises the front window, we drop the side windows, and we have an elevated viewing platform. Somewhat breezy, but perfectly adequate. I ...
... afternoon, all three of them are flat on their backs, stuffed full, hardly able to move! We get up close, and just sit and watch. Every now and again, one will stir, roll over, sigh, fall asleep. The male gets up, wanders about, sniffs a female in hope, she snarls angrily, so he lies down again.It’s getting dark, we’re deep in the bush, so Kevin is keen to get out before it’s too dark. Even so, it’s a mission extracting ourselves.
Eventually back at ...
... right next to the road – one had the biggest horn I’ve ever seen, it’s head looked so heavy! We felt very lucky to see those 2 as there are only 4000 left in the world.
Hermione taught us some new card games, which Clare and I can perfect before meeting the boys in Madagascar – Frustration rummy was indeed frustrating and racing demon went down a treat (although not sure I can play with Hermione again because she’ll definitely ...