Canefields Country House
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This port was the largest port we have pulled into. There was an aluminum plant there and it had all kinds of stacks with white smoke or steam coming out of them. There was tons of coal.
We began our day by taking one of the first shuttles that Crystal offered to the Mall. I know, a Mall, you ask, but after being on the ship for this long, my clothes are looking like I never want to see them ...
Up just before 6. Watched sunrise while showering, so lovely (not the coolness of water though!)
Jungle oats and cup of tea. Packed up. Cleaned out fridge and helped Antoine do shopping list for new volunteers. Antoine drove us, left camp 8.20. Said goodbye to Philip.
Saw Wildebeest and Antelope. Then Rhinos and Forked tail drongols (birds), Antoine said if you see a group of them you know there's Rhino close by (they hang around big mammals). Saw ...
... certified copies of our documents in case we lose something.
But we have found out that using international roaming for my iPad will be far too expensive, so I shall have to rely on Wi-Fi spots and internet cafe's in order to send my blogs to you.
Doggy has got the Land Cruiser (a 1997 GX80 - diesel) serviced very thoroughly with lots of things ...
As I wrote in one of the earlier blogs Brenda Howett (the captain) gave me the book the elephant whisperer from Lawrence Anthony. I read it in three days and it inspired me so much that I decided to change my travel plans and book two nights in Thula Thula and drove 14 hrs up and down to the Lowfeld in order to see where the elephants broke through the boma etc.
The next 48 hrs were kinda dream. Back in the bush. Basically the main thing ...
The ship docked at Richard's Bay and from the balcony we could see a pretty marina. We boarded the shuttle bus expecting to be taken to such a place, but no, we ended up at yet another faceless modern shopping mall. We couldn’t believe this so we asked the lady organising the bus how we could get to the waterfront. She took us ...