Hluhluwe Hotel And Safaris
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... of an eye compared to our long flights over here.) On the flight I ate some scrambled eggs and sausage for breakfast, listened to music, and tried to figure out if the young man and middle aged woman in front of me were mother and son or an older woman who was robbing the cradle. At one point, she laid her head down on his lap, put her bare feet on the plane window, and they held hands. Later when we were leaning the place, he kissed her cheek. I still have no idea ...
... of the White Umfolozi, some distance away we saw two dark objects feeding on the trees overhanging the river. They were Rhino. Now what type? The light was at bit hazy at the time so it made it difficult to be a hundred percent accurate but we made the deduction that if they were feeding on trees, they had to be Black Rhino. A very rare sighting indeed.
On our way towards the Memorial Gate, on the Magangeni Lower ...
... while we were away (people, monkeys or baboons. On the road to the camp, we did see a rhino that had a large gash down his side, it looked fresh and we worried that it would become infected.
If I need to get up at night I have a flashlight.
Before going to bed I need to arrange the netting above my bed.
It's almost ten lights will be going off, time to say ...
... away. We checked through the binoculars and identified it as a cheetah! As we watched she came nearer and nearer and we could see there were two cubs with her. She ignored us completely and came within 50 metres. Great to watch and super photos were taken. It was such a thrill as cats are always difficult to see, especially leopard and cheetah. And to see her with cubs too was lovely. A fantastic highlight of the trip!
On the way to Mphafa Hide we saw two more white rhino, again ...
... oriented us to the property and where our tent was located. We drove the car near the tent to unload and were greeted by a small heard of Nyala (a hoofed animal similar to a deer) right near our tent. We settled in and navigated our way to the Boma where dinner was to be served. The Boma is a large outdoor eating space with straw huts that cover the tables. We were welcomed by a young man who acted as both a waiter and host for everyone at the lodge. Dinner was a buffet ...