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A really early wake up because we are off to the game reserve. Short bus ride takes us to Hluhluwe Reserve, pronounced....Shu-schloo-wee, and we meet our drivers, hop onto the Land Rovers or Toyotas and we are off for a two hour ride....8-10am. We saw a white rhino right away, then some Cape Buffalo. A short way up the road Patrick, our guide, …
The day starts as usual at sunrise and we get ourselves set in the car for a day of game driving. Jon is desperate for coffee, but the cafe doesn't open for another 3 hours, so game driving comes first! Its a little too early for birds as its still dark, so we head off on a long loop road before we make our way to one of the many bird hides the park offers. After three hours of driving, we have already driven all the accessible roads in the park and had ...
Weds/Thurs 22/23 October
We were due to leave for South Africa on Tuesday 21st October flying from Birmingham airport with Lufthansa. Due to a pilot strike by the German pilots which we didn't discover until Michael tried to check in online we and to rebook our flights. So we left on Wednesday 22nd October flying via Frankfurt with South African Airlines to Johannesburg. The flight was fairly dreadful, us having very small seats the row behind the bulkhead row. The tray tables came ...
... swim in the waves and could feel the undercurrent beneath us, then we sat on the beach for an hour to dry off in the sun before we headed off to a view point where we had a lovely cold meat and salad lunch with wine. We got back to the guest house just after 3pm,,and of course June the landlady cracked open the beer. We were picked up at 4.30pm for our 1-1/2 hour drive back to the lodge. Too full to eat tea, we had a couple of beers before heading off to bed. Day 79: Back to ...
... we have seen so many people come and go. Sometimes it is quite funny as we mainly sit down in the smoking area and in the same chairs, and any new volunteers that sit in our chairs are told to move by other people not by us. So all in all it was just a very lazy day. Day 72: We were out by 5am on Mduna, today with have a temp guide called Edward, we have had him before and we knew he was good. We were on the lion truck and Paul was on telemetry. We soon picked up the signal but ...