Elephant Lake Hotel
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... He has been very forthcoming with campfire stories about close encounters with elephant, rhino and lion, but he has never mentioned the stories that didn't end well until now. In his life, he has shot in total 7 elephant in life threatening situations, but only one in this park while protecting tourists. Rhino tend to back down even if they choose to charge, so he has avoided pulling the trigger there, but once elephants charge for real, they won't stop. It's a sombre tale ...
... On route we passed 300,000 hectares of national land which belonged to the royal family. The King and his many wives, their children, and the Queen Mother all reside on this land along with their servants and their families. It is a community which also has a school. In Swaziland 80 percent of the people have the Christian faith. When the King dies he is buried in the mountains. The Zulus believe in the ...
... off camera trap box to Lisa. Checked curio shop again. Went up to big hill and scanned for dogs, got quite a few. Philip got word that one of the dogs in the boma had died. It had ? Tried to get out and another animal had attacked and killed it. Back to camp around 10am. Saw Zebra, Wildebeest, Giraffe and others. Egg and bacon roll for lunch. Cleaned spice shelf. Philip had gone off to help with dead dog at boma. Reading and relaxing. Got wifi but didn't know password ...
... thinly spaced, but really we had been spoilt by the sheer numbers and variety on the trip to date, especially in the Kruger. Any other day we would have been delighted and took many photos. However fewer animals meant I had the chance to concentrate more on bird photos with some quite co-operative birds.
on the Pan Loop - naturally at the pan - Hippos were present, but a juvenile Black-headed Heron was close ...
Very hot and humid today. Bernard left today at 3.30 am to fly to Port Elizabeth to work on the SA vs Australia cricket so we're back to 4 in the party again. Decided to visit the Eastern Shores part of iSimangeliso Wetland Park, this is the area that was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999 for it's unique diversity of habitats and wildlife.
Stopped by a pan where the hippos were and John pointed out jacana, black headed herons and waterbuck. ...