Blue Waters Hotel
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... fun and enjoyable. They were from different parts of the globe, Erica from Singapore, Helen from nearby Kent, Lorin from France and nearer to Switzerland, Paige from Canada and Beate from Germany. The beauty of these volunteer projects is that you meet like minded individuals from across the globe and establish life time friendships.
We travelled another 3 hours before arriving at Thanda Game Reserve which would be my home for the next month. ...
... and white rhino (the first we had seen in the park during this trip). John captured a photograph of a snake eagle with a snake in its bill.
This was an impressive list for such a short time - the vagaries of game viewing!
Driving to Durban we arrived at the B&B in Hillcrest and booked Ann and John in, returning later to pick them up ready for the cricket match.
The weather had become very wet and changeable by this ...
... were accosted by pelting rain that was so heavy we couldn’t see the roadway that we new included wandering cows and goats. Why they don’t fence in their livestock is a great mystery to us.
Partly due to weather and partly due to our own exhaustion, we really didn’t do justice to all that Durban had to offer. I really do hope we might return someday.
... a tiring game of football (I am too old and too unfit to keep up with 14 year olds) we had dinner in the hotel. The buffet was good - especially the sirloin of beef with 'all the trimmings' which was carved up as thickly as a steak! We relaxed with a game of pool and an alcoholic beverage (be rude not to) before heading to bed. We have a hectic and eye opening day ahead ...
... we ran to the mall to get ourselves outfitted. Unfortunately, since this was the rugby cup finals (big deal here) we found out quickly that all the jerseys were sold out. That didn't stops us though- instead we ended up dominating the children's sized shark shirts. Luckily for us- after much experimenting with coded sizes- we found that "R13" is a rough equivalent to America's small (and cheaper than adult sizes too!).