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... was manned by the
local town guard volunteers. Belhaven house built in 1904 was
pre-fabricated in England with corrugated iron walls and roof and
with pressed iron panels inside. It is furnished with period
furniture for a wealthy middle class family. We got a guided tour
here which was very interesting. Next came Fernlea house built in
wood and iron in the early 1890's. Another ...
I got a few more pictures today. The rain has closed some roads. We had a lady on our safari today who described every animal she saw to the rest of us seven times so she wouldn't forget it. By the end of four hours I was ready to punch her. Then we saw the elephant and she described his ...
January 31 to February 3, 2014 When you are tired and dirty and hungry for your afternoon rest, the last thing you want to see is a kettle of bearded vultures, some 40 fold, circling above something good and dead. But that is just what we saw as we turned our little blue car homeward after 6 hours of animal watching. We have been looking at wild life for the past four days. First in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (another UNESCO World Heritage ...
January 30, 2014 We left the magic of the mountains and drove into a torrential rainstorm that chased us down the charmless N3 highway to the coast. The four lane road was crowded with large transport trucks hauling freight from Jo'berg to Durban. Despite having the wipers on high, it was a nerve racking drive. We were temporarily blinded each time we navigated through the walls of water kicked up by the endless convoy of 18 wheelers. Six ...
... Drakensberg National Park has UNESCO World Heritage status for both its cultural and ecological treasures. At this moment, there are a crazy assortment of birds flying and feeding. The bald headed ibis, basically a seagull to South Africans, never fails to delight. They have the most fantastic long beak that acts as a highly efficient worm detector. We have a begging guineafowl that never gives up even though we are committed to no treats. ...