Bushlands Game Lodge
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... of TGI Friday!
We have been lucky to see cheetah, giraffes, hippo, zebra and one evening we saw a pair of lions mating, not sure how happy they were with a light flashing on them!! We have also seen lots of Imparla, watt hogs, wilder beast, kudo, crocodiles, Buffolo .
Moved lodges for the last night but to get there we were driving though the reserve for 18k Keith and Linda got a puncture very fortunately the ranger drove up behind us as we had started ...
... we had a snooze in the afternoon! Had a makeshift dinner from the bits and bobs left over from self catering - slightly bizarre combinations resulted!
We were picked up outside our apartments for the night drive at 7. There were four of us on the drive so it was a nice and friendly experience. Exciting for the others too as this was their first visit to South Africa and their first night drive. Their ...
... went for our drive, there was only the three of us so it was a private tour.
This night drive wasn't as interesting as the one we took last week. However we managed to spot a large herd of buffalo, African scrub hares, buck including impala and zebra. There are large areas of iMfolozi that seem empty of game but in reality there is so much space for the animals that you have to be lucky to see them by the roadside. Several nightjars stood on the road flying away as we approached. ...
... shore of the St Lucia estuary and you can look right across to the dunes on the eastern shore. At Charter's Creek there were two black headed herons, egrets and black winged stilts on the foreshore. A large crocodile was swimming back and forth near the jetty. Driving back to the gate more buffalo and zebra together with wildebeest were on the grassland. Dinner followed by packing as we leave St Lucia tomorrow ...
... to the vehicle. In the end there was a road block in the form of a magnificent group of 8 White Rhino, a fantastic group for an animal that is generally solitary or in very small groups. A herd of Zebra, a Warthog and Giraffes were seen of the final part of the trip, but nothing could top the Rhinos.
A late return to St Lucia saw us all exhausted, but we had a reviving shower. Then we had great meal at the excellent Braza ...