Casa do Sol
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... why the giraffe was so nervous. According to them, there were cubs as well and the mother was lactating and she was very much in need of food. Did our best to find her or any of the cubs but to no avail.
So, over to the Phabeni waterhole/bridge to check things out. No leopard but another rhino down in the stream bed walking away from the waterhole. Watched in amusement as the rhino had a stick over its horn and appeared to be ...
... rhino, elephants and the final sighting of the buffalo to bring this day to an end! Completed our day with dinner at the Cattle Baron restaurant. Word about this........the campground from about 5pm to 7pm is thick with smoke with all the braiis being started and is not a very pleasant place to be so that is as good a reason as any to enjoy sitting above the river, listening to the night sounds and enjoy a nice meal.
We wake quite early which gives me time to take a walk around the grounds of the lodge and spot some guineafowl, a couple of Impala and a family of monkeys. Disappointingly I did not find the zebra family that apparently frequent the grounds. After breakfast we set off for Hazyview, travelling through many towns frequented by locals. I am impressed by the overall standard of housing, cars, and general way of life of the Africans. It has come a long way since we ...
... whine, whine. It was hot and we were tired and then suddenly we saw a spot IN THE SHADE near a power point, cooking area and ablutions. Perfect! Got our tent set up, fixed a salad and took a nice cool nap and then were ready for the afternoon drive.
Took the road we had seen lions on last year but saw a lot of nice giraffe, kudu and zebra, but no lions. Back to camp and had dinner on the deck and called ...
Last full day. We went on the early safari drive, along with Tinyko our guide, and Gideon, our tracker. Gideon's eyes don’t miss a beat, and his startling bass voice and hints of hand signals when he spies something, or finds a better way, hold us in awe. With a 5am wakeup call, by the time people have emerged and had coffee, it’s light and a beautiful temperate time of the day. There are only about 8 villas at Nottens, so often there are fewer than 14 people in total. ...