Casa do Sol
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... temperature continued to rise. We made a couple of stops on the way to Hazyview. The first to get some food and fuel for the vehicle. The guy who owned the restaurant also had some land around where had some animals. So it was here we saw our first zebra, rhino and ostrich. We then stopped at Nelspruit to get some fruit and snacks. We eventually made it to Gecko Lodge. We have spent the afternoon in the pool and trying ...
first gold was found, there was one of the origanal hand dug pits.
Nearby there was a working waterwheel which could be connected to an
ore crusher. There was still the original rails used by the ore cart
coming from an old mine, although the mine had collapsed. There were
some different rocker boxes for washing the ore. Nearby was an old
English steam engine that was also used to power an ore crusher.
Throughout the site were old ...
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. ...
... out we got for a walking safari! Behind
the guides and their guns we got very close to the rhino as he seemed to be
advancing towards us, but managed to stay quiet and still as instructed! What
an experience. Back in the jeep we came across wildebeest, nyala deer, giraffe,
including a male moving in behind a female who seemed to be happy to oblige, a
leopard tortoise we watched till it was safely off the wheel tracks, ...
... way! It came walking up to our car sniffing the front, then the tires and came over and looked in my window. It did not seem to be afraid of us and definitely did not look fierce at all! I thought for a minute it was going to put its paws up on the side of the car like a dog would. We had a conversation with it for awhile and then it finally moved off.
Drove down toward Crocodile Bridge to see if we could ...