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Travel Blogs from Hluhluwe
... on to Hilltop Camp with its magnificent views, with another Rhino on the way. A Verreaux's Eagle drifted by and must have flown for a mile without flapping its wings.
Moving on an Elephant was spotted below us on a hillside. Despite its size it appeared minuscule and emphasised the size of the reserve. There was time for one more non tar loop road. A safari jeep stopped ahead of us and we saw a couple of White Rhino in the ...
... him off as he is not really that big but likes to make out he is tough lol. At the end of our drive Paul presented Cela with his binoculars he was so chuffed, although his eyesight is amazing he can see for miles and is often teased that he could spot a tic on a buffaloes butt in Botswana from here. Another quick shower when we got back to the lodge and at 6.45pm we headed off to the pub, again we had a great night, good food, company, beer and playing pool. It was sad to say goodbye ...
... but there are still a lot of things that need to be added before we make the decision as to wether or not he will accept it. He was also still looking for other options elsewhere. Today is flying by, our taxi picks us back up at 4pm for the 40 minute drive back to the lodge. I hope you are all having a great weekend The sun has just come out here after a morning of thunderstorms so off to have a quick lie on the sunbed Sorry for one or two **** photos this week PMSL ...
... bush where new roads or very overgrown old roads are and spent a lot of time cutting back branches and trees so we could get through, but this has to be done for future accessibility to make our lives easier. We did however see a clan of hyena which were not bothered by us in the slightest. One of them had half it's nose hanging off, obviously an old injury but it did look weird! After lunch we packed as we leave for St Lucia for the weekend. We have chosen to ...
... was getting dark and was cold and rainy when we
pulled up so neither Lucy or myself were eager to set up tents or
cook anything. Therefore, we booked beds in a dorm room and ordered a
pizza and a few beers for dinner. We were the only guests in the
We woke early, had left-over pizza for breakfast (it's
economical!), and then headed to the Hluhluwe airfield for what was,
in my opinion, the best part of the whole trip. We joined the crew of