Kariega River Lodge
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We are both very sad that this morning is our last game drive and that we are ending our time in Africa today. It has been an amazing trip and wish that we had more time to explore this beautiful country.
The Vervet Monkey was kind enough to show its face today on the deck while we were having tea. Typically they are all over the place, …
We had some tea and a snack, then headed out with our group around 6:00.
It was overcast, so we headed East instead of going to the beach. We saw a lot of birds this morning. This area is so diverse in the vegetation (5 types), it attracts numerous bird species. We saw a lot, but this does not even scratch the surface:
It's a good thing that I fell asleep early and that we woke up early, because when Bill check our flight details this morning, they were actually 2 hours earlier than we thought they were.
So, we lept out of bed, packed our bags and checked out. The staff was kind enough to fetch some hot croissants out of the oven for us to take with us …
... was terrified and dashed into the bushes.
There were some water birds, mostly as we neared the Indian Ocean - Egrets, Herons, Plover and Tern. The most impressive bird that we saw was the Goliath Heron. Man, that thing is massive!
We banked on a beach near the opening to the Ocean. It is very windy here and the waves look very impressive as they crash into the rocks across from us at Kenton-on-Sea. We were able to explore for a bit, but ...
... we could come up with was that it was circulating the air as not to concentrate it.
The man came up to the second level where we were and was saying something about that they couldn’t tell us what the ‘chemical’ was, but that we had the option to ‘get off the bus.’
The bus then came to a stop and people started getting out. Not really knowing what was ...