Londlozi Private Game Reserve
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... point horns and beautiful cinnamon colored bodies.
As we continued through the bush our guide was constantly on the radio communicating with other drivers in the area to be sure that we didn’t miss out on a big sighting. Whenever a call of importance would come in he would immediately change direction and head off in search of whatever he was alerted to. In this case after we left the elephants we headed off and quickly came upon a huge male ...
... made an incredible team for some fantastic sightings and demonstrated a passion and knowledge of the park and its inhabitants that really personalized our experience.
Our first game drive we came across an event we had not observed before, an extremely fresh kill, which looked to have been orchestrated by that male lion we saw two hours earlier upon our arrival. We got so close to his kill however were totally ignored by "his majesty". Matt explained ...
Anyway off we went on the Game Drive with 'Ken’ spotting a load of turtle doves in the tree and asking if they were vultures…oh dear…probably only because the tree was dead. Nobody laughed however…except Verity.
It proved to be a fruitful afternoon with us having the sun downer drinks next to the river alongside a female Rhino with her calf. ‘Ken’ quickly put Barbie back in the ...
Ever since learning that Swaziland exported thousands of liters of eucalyptus oil each year to Australia I have always wanted to visit that country. I imagined countless factories everywhere boiling up and distilling gum tree branches and leaves to send the extracted oil back to the land of the gum tree! Sadly they were no where to be seen. Instead it look remarkably much like the South Africa that I had just departed. The border crossing was as painless as ...
... for breakfast. Breakfast is an absolute feast with a huge choice of
cereals, fresh fruit, hot dishes and pasties.
We then headed back to the airport on the shuttle, ready to tackle the melee of porters but they didn't seem so insistent at this early morning departure. We checked in at the British
Airways desk and then we had plenty of time to browse the colourful shops before heading to our boarding gate. A great start to the adventures that lie ahead.