Dumazulu Game Lodge And Traditional Village
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... baby rhino was a highlight amongst highlights.
We return, passing an ostrich at KIDO, and rest an hour before the 3:30 game drive. It was fairly uneventful until we came across 4 lions - 2 brothers and 2 sisters - lying in the open field. After 30 min of viewing from 30 yards away, Curt pulled us up within 10 yards. Shortly afterwards, the do any male mounted a female, for our 2nd mating of this ...
... us to get some super pictures of them. There was also lots of Nyala just metres from where we were standing. It was a great experience to be so close to wildlife when on foot. We then headed on towards Hilltop camp seeing lots of game on the way. It was at the camp we met up with some very old friends, Pim and Dot Lubbe. Pim was a colleague of mine at the SABC and we've known each other for over 30 years. ...
... the way we stopped for gas and had a hamburger and chips (fries) and asked for take away
Back on the road, we encountered so many trucks who had a wide section, that had this sign
ABNORMAL. Do you think it was to described the back of the truck or was it the driver?
Camp Mpila is up high in the mountains and they use a generator for electricity. ...
... couple of the viewpoints on the cliff overlooking the river. At one there was a white rhino and some impala, at another a white rhino had dug itself into the sand on the bank.
Two more white rhino were visible in the brow of a hill about 80 metres away gradually coming closer to us. At a fork in the road were two white rhino, a mother and calf. Then further along two more close by with another on the hillside. So that was nine white rhino before lunch!
We stopped at a ...
... that the signs really meant you couldn't sell things directly underneath the signs. We passed many small "villages" that looked very very poor. We were in very rural areas so we are curious as to whether these villages are common for farming areas or are common all over the country. We stopped at a (rare - about every 60km) road stop. Luckily for Dad they had "coke light". Once again we attempted to get into the car on the wrong sides... (We will get this down by ...