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... I took over - the small differences that can make a difference to a kid like a little stuffed koala... the next day we went to a schoool and spent time with the kids there seeing their classes and during the breaks, really hard hand clapping games and lots of photos.
The next days were spent with 2 on 'Conservation', one day visiting the crocodile centre and doing some extra work there - also involving cutting ...
... to phone is tedious but ok if only a few photos so you'll just get those. Dinner. Got there a bit later and there were a few people there. Buffet. Balsamic roast beef, chicken casserole, vegies and meali pap. Lovely golden syrup type pudding for dessert with custard, yum. Met Hamilton who is taking safari to Hluhluwe tomorrow morning. Walked back to room and there were Zebras on the path!!!!! Bed turned down for two which sent me to pieces ...
... views of the Indian Ocean.
A visit to a hide gave us a good view of a wildebeest, bushbuck and warthog. Also some tiny frogs on the walls of the hide.
During the day's drive we spotted red duiker, many bushbuck, zebra, vervet monkeys, African buffalo and waterbuck. Dung beetles were seen on the road and Roland, especially, was fascinated by them in flight!
Leaving the park in the late afternoon we made ...
... sited within the Eastern Shores part of the iSimangeliso Wetlands Park. On the way we saw an impressive kudu male with his family, impala and waterbuck.
There was light drizzle by this time but had cleared by the time we reached Mission Rocks. Last time we visited there was a large expanse of rocks to clamber over and the sea was further out. The tide was obviously in much further but still room to jump around the rocks and take some photos.
Whilst scanning the sky ...
When considering the wildlife of Africa, the 'Big Five' are a must see when visiting the continent. The term 'Big Five,' which includes elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos and buffalo, is actually a hunting reference. Bagging any one of the 'Big Five' in Africa, especially in colonial times, was an obsession which eventually brought these (and many other) species under tremendous pressure, and even close to extinction, especially when faced with 150 ...