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... in a wake up knock at you door around 5.30-5.45 am to start the day with tea and a snack before climbing into a freezing car and heading out looking as though you are wrapped up for a ski trip clutching a hot water bottle on your lap. A cold morning drive results in more sightings, and frequent toilet stops in the bush for all, then hot chocolate laced with liqueur and a return about 9.30 to stuff even more food into yourself before a rest and then a ...
... otherwise. It was sprinkling on and off this morning but it brought in cooler weather. The afternoon was perfect temperature and we had no rain. Apparently it has been extremely hot here. The staff are all very friendly, knowledgable and have great stories. Our tracker is also quite a comedian! Cracking jokes all day. We saw an in radicle amount of animals today! AM drive: Zebras Lion (2 brothers) Hippo Impala ...
... fun, really fun.
We had a lovely lunch, rested and went down for tea and
coffee at 3:30. What a safari we had
tonight. The first thing we came upon
were four Rhino drinking from a small pond.
Our guide said if we were lucky they’d take a dunk in the pool. They did and were so cute. It was a mother Rhino with her off spring and
two other little ones. They sure loved
getting muddy all over. We ...
... hard rain, it started to taper off.
We were able to see 2 young male white rhinos hanging out together. They are good friends now, but when they reach the age of 10 they will battle (possibly to the death) for the rights to a territory. The loser may be driven off as far as 20 kilometers. Harsh!
Then we headed to the hyena den, but no one was home. So we left & went to see last night's dinner, the nyala. My mouth is salivating just looking at ...
... to South Africa is long, especially when the trip is made by way of Saudi Arabia. But hey, for $310, I would endure a layover at the moon. I slept for a majority of the flight so I was weary and confused when I deboarded the plane without any paperwork for international arrival. I look everywhere for tables encircled with all the novice or sleeping travelers who didn’t take care of their paperwork prior to landing. None to be found. I follow the crowds to the lengthy, ...
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