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... us so Doomey whizzed us out of there!
We quickly move on, and it wasn't long before we spotted a big family of elephants. We encountered them during feeding time, which was apparently quite rude of us. Doomey reversed as fast as he accelerates forwards to avoid being crumpled.
After previously learning it was rutting (fighting) season for impala where the males fight it out for dominance. We've seen a lot of male impala fighting around the camp. Once a dominant male ...
... Africa, and also Swaziland.
Picked up the car in Nelspruit, a fairly nondescript city four hours east of Pretoria by bus, and drove south. South Africa is at least an easy place to drive (they even drive on the left), although the recent heavy rains have meant potholes appearing everywhere. When it rains here, it really rains, tropical downpours and thunderstorms. Nelspruit has already broken rain records ...
... and excited to have us in their home! Neliswa who is known as Malobi in their house was so shy but very excited, she spoke no English but relied on Mduduzi and Faith to translate any questions she had for us. After the excitement settled a tiny bit we handed out the colourful hair ties/bracelets, stickers, bubbles to everyone, as well as the colouring and activity books, reading books and pencils. Mduduzi was making sure to document every transaction with a photo which ...
Oh my goodness!!! (There are many other ways to put that but that's the most polite way). After a day of no riding - a rest day - people seemed at sixes and sevens this morning - they just couldn't get themselves organized on time. It was so bad that I was convinced that someone would do something silly and get hurt today. Our usual leaving time is 08:00 but it seemed that people were still fluffing around at 08:10. That doesn't sound like much but it just puts the entire schedule ...
... Planet seems to have changed its target audience. It used to be for the backpacker type of traveller and it would show the really basic and cheap places to stay, as well as the very local places to eat. It seems to have gone up a level, and now shows more expensive accommodation and the places to eat are very European...lots of talk of pizza, burgers and all that ****. A slap on the wrist for Lonely Planet there. Another thing we've noticed is that ...