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... along the dirt road and up the hill to the Umanzati turn off. It really is a great way to start your day cycling amongst the Giraffe, Zebra, Impala, Kudu and other game that we see each and every morning as the mist rises from the Buffalo River and the towering bulk of Islandwana mountain picks up the rays of the early morning sun. Truly glorious.
Not all occasions are fun however. A few days ago there was a panicked call mid afternoon that there was a fire at Umanzati ...
... It is wheelchair friendly and amazing for everyone to enjoy. As we walk, there is a warning that there are no hand rails, so be careful. As we walk we spot some crocodiles sunning on the beach across the river, of course there is no sun, just dark clouds. We continue walking and being careful. Time for our cruise.
Boarding the boat was quite easy and we were able to choose where ...
After the six days in Freo catching up with mates, family and the odd task or two came the mind and backside numbing 28 hour return trip to South Africa. Having gone to Perth via Asia my return ticket took me the five hours to Singapore with a three hour stopover in the middle of the night then 10 hrs to Johannesburg another three hours there, a bit over an hour to Durban then the final four hour drive to Fugitives Drift. Three flights, four meals, five ...
... made to feel at home; Gail seems to be totally relaxed, while Malcolm is always attentive and has an endless supply of entertaining anecdotes to share.
Tomorrow we have to be up at 5:00 to set off at 5:30 in search of more birds, this time in the forest, so another early night. Somewhat spoiled by an intensely amorous frog calling for hours very loudly just outside our window. He quietened at about 4:00 just in time for the Hadeda to start up with their manic cackle.
... the waves and on a muddy patch there were 35+ Little Stints and a Curlew Sandpiper.
An immature Kelp Gull flew by. Strange being on the shoreline and seeing so few Gulls and indeed any other birds offshore. South African beaches seem deserted and there is very little seaweed or shells. I also managed to get to photograph a co-operative Blue-cheeked Bee-eater on the beach. After a drink, and with some drizzle around we decided on a ...