Ghost Mountain Inn
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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, …
... over we were up at 4am ready to head out at 5am. We were all there ready. The staff had decided they were not going out with us and never even bothered to get up. At 5 am the 2 temp drivers we were supposed to be having had not even arrived, then when they eventually did turn up, the door was locked to the compressor room so we had to risk going out on a reasonably flat tyre. We finally left at 5.25am feeling a little peeved! We were on the Elephant truck out on Mduna, we found ...
... up on a steep part of a hill just off the road so we followed the road up to the top and found a good place to go off road. It took us about 1/2 an hour to reach them, as the trucks are quite low and there are lots of rocks which we have to avoid or we get stuck. The grass is long and you cannot see what lays beneath. We found the 4 lions laying happily in the shorter grass, un disturbed by our presence. We stayed for an hour filling in our data sheets. They had a lovely view. ...
... all future volunteers, and also presented to Thanda management to see if it can be sold to their guests. Today's dung pics consist of wildebeest, zebra, elephant, white rhino, and hyena. In the afternoon we had a drive out on Thanda and between the 2 trucks did not get a signal for any of the collared animals, I think they had all gone into hiding to avoid the heat of the day. Day 59: Out on conservation at 6am, Paul and I still on the burning of the chromoleana. I am ...
... what was originally the other pride of which most had been in the Mduna Boma, 2 sub adult males, and one lioness and her two 3 month old cubs. The lionesses which were in the Boma are still on Mduna bit as yet have not actually been sighted. We have also not yet heard if the 2 big male lions have sought each other out as yet!!. Got some emails from Paul during the day, the first telling me he had got to Durban airport safe and was busy eating a full English breakfast!!! I had ...