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... settling rains.
As the storm receded a call came thru that two guests were stuck with their driver some twenty k's south at a river crossing. Probably bogged on the muddy road we assumed so Andrew and I downed our tea, jumped into the trusty Toyota and set off on the rescue mission. Soon we realised that we had caught the edge of the storm and far more rain had fallen to the west with muddy little rivers flowing down the sides and sometimes along and across ...
Monday September 15, Durban & Drakensberg.
Yet another lovely day. The rains are overdue, the forecast is for temperatures in the mid 30s which is unusually hot for this time of year.
A leisurely morning while Pen & Brad pack. We’re heading to Umhdloti for lunch at one of Penny’s favourite restaurants overlooking the sea. The airport is nearby, we don’t need to drop them off till 2:30. Very hot sunny day apparently 39 ...
Stage 7, Thursday September 11, iSimangaliso (place of miracle & wonder) St Lucia.
This area was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999. It’s a 320,000 Hectare wetland nature reserve with a huge variety of flora & fauna.
It’s an easy 3-hour drive from Amakhosi, and eventful too. We see Elephant in the neighbouring property as we leave, and spot all sorts of game and birds on the main road (N2 South toward Durban). There’s plenty of water, ...
... of to see what we can see. It’s a hot morning, the cloud has burnt off and the sun’s out.
It’s an interesting walk, plenty of signs of Rhino, Buffalo and Elephant, and of course we know the Lions are in the general area, but fortunately we only see their tracks and droppings. Plenty of smaller, safer game, and of course the birds. We spot a herd of Impala drinking nervously, and they take off as soon as they see us. Large Kudu bull, Nyala too, Warthog as well. ...
... a great bloke a retired forester and wildlife and bird expert. Between Doggy and Chris I was in good hands. After some tea and rusks, a sort of hard biscuit, we set off driving the numerous trails and loops around the park that swept along the river and thru the hills. We, well actually Chris and Doggy, soon spotted White Rhino, Giraffe, Zebra, Wildebeest, Warthog and Hyena, I saw almost nothing until it was first pointed out to me. Also on that first afternoon we ...