Elephant Lake Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... As we drive along the street looking for our next inn, we spot some monkeys just wondering around and a couple of them carrying their babies on their bellies and a mongoose along side of them.
Our first night is at a B & B hotel called the Seaside Inn. It is a fabulous hotel with a very tropical
environment. Our sliding glass door opens to the patio where there is ...
... m the weakest link at the back, apart from Jumbolane, but he has a gun! When we get to the sand bank at the other side, I feel a massive sense of relief, but not completely, there is no safe place here, we are in the open and we always need to be alert and on the look out, plus Rick says there will be one more river crossing before we get to camp, oh ****! When we look back across to the river bank we just came from, we see a Rhino and an Elephant about 50m away from where ...
... to Boma to check on Dogs. When we got there there was lots of Dogs on the outside, then we realised there was something dead outside the fence, thought it was the Hyena. The Dogs outside were the Sokhwezela pack (13 of them). Moses was one of them, Rhyder not there. Realised it was a dead dog (Coco) from inside Boma. Now only 3 dogs (Calvin and Chance (male) and Luna (female)) in Boma. Calvin is the ...
... radioed ahead so there was a guy on the jetty to throw us a rope and pull the boat in. The skipper did a great job and we were not left abandoned to the crocs!
We decided to have dinner in St Lucia at a fish restaurant. Michael and Roland ordered the Lover's Platter, a seafood extravaganza for two to share, causing some amusement! Back to Wendy's Country Lodge, a favourite guest house of ours for evening drinks in the bar.
... edge of Hluhluwe. We took the Magangeni loop and stopped behind a safari vehicle who were viewing white rhino in the bush by the roadside. As we watched, more rhino emerged, eventually there were 8 white rhino in the road. An amazing sight to see so many in one place, making our total of 11 white rhino seen today !!
Back to St Lucia, tired and elated. Off to the Brazalian restaurant for dinner....