Kwalucia Private Safari Retreat
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... in charge of entering data into databases (just like work!) and ensuring equipment is in the truck. He took us to "The Rock" but as it's outside the camp fence we can only go there with him, there goes my idea of meditation there. Absolutely gorgeous view of river in the base of the valley. Saw Rhino on other side of river. Lunch was a peanut butter and egg sandwiches. Relaxed, read. Got free Wildlife ACT t shirt, no extra small, so I have a ...
... edge of Hluhluwe. We took the Magangeni loop and stopped behind a safari vehicle who were viewing white rhino in the bush by the roadside. As we watched, more rhino emerged, eventually there were 8 white rhino in the road. An amazing sight to see so many in one place, making our total of 11 white rhino seen today !!
Back to St Lucia, tired and elated. Off to the Brazalian restaurant for dinner....
... they have been branded as pests (for preying on farm animals) and like their distant relatives in North America (wolves) and Australia (dingos), in the recent past have been the subject of government eradication schemes - poisoned, shot or snared. It is no wonder that in all of Africa, there are now less than 5000 wild dogs, only about 450 of which reside in South Africa.
Enter Wildlife ACT (Africa Conservation Team). This ...
... camp counselor shoes on (literally...I was wearing my chacos) and made everyone orange cakes. I also cooked a hot dog on a stick. It was a great time.
This mini vacation was a good break from Cato Manor, and also a great opportunity for all of us to spend some time together. Now, it's back in the classroom for another week of classes. Next Sunday we leave for our rural homestays. We will be staying in the villages for a week. I am really excited for that experience!
As the boys were determined to watch the Boks play the ABs, the girls (me) orchestrated a shopping trip into a local crafts place. It was called weavers not because they sold weaving but because the weaver birds had set up nests there. This was a gift shop/ gallery/craft shop type place with all sorts of loveliness. Just as a bit of a surprise I ...