Perry's Bridge Hollow
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Up just after 5. Shower. Packed. Breakfast at 6.20. Free wifi only 15MB, used up so quickly. Yet to get blog up to date and photos up. Checked out at 7. Picked up 7.40 by Brian. I'm only one that he's driving to Kruger. 6.5 hour drive to hotel near Kruger. Saw a few shanty towns. Flying in to Joburg I saw lots. Just bits of metal and wood fashioned …
... able to hide behind a bush and be difficult to spot!! Seems rather absurd as they are not exactly small!! I shall be trying the hide no seek bit when I get back but not sure if there are enough big bushes!!! So now we were off Rhino hunting through some extremely thick bush and scary inclines! Once again my Earnstry training came in handy! Sadly no rhino was to be found and so we pulled into a clearing for nibbles and ...
... were afraid to trust a stranger, so we went with the misguided GPS - another huge mistake!
The GPS took us off the freeway and onto 150 miles of African wilderness along a virtually deserted old 2-lane, potholed highway. By now it's pitch black, raining and we're dodging (most but not all) huge potholes while trying to stay in our lane and on the road (no visible centerline/no shoulder) - a ...
... as well.
So this was the list of “participants” in the Virgin Unite “Connections” trip. We all definitely connected and became great friends over the 6 days we spent together. Hopefully, we’ll all have some type of reunion and meet again soon!
The Virgin Team matched us almost one for one with unparalleled personal service. I would like to thank all of them for such a memorable trip. I failed to mention Susanna Collier, CMO for ...
... a bit and checked out and watched the rest of the 20 or 25 baboons as they scattered among the many impalas. I asked Ryan why the rest of the impala weren't running away getting away from the obviously dangerous baboons and he said in seven years rangering safaris he has never seen a baboon take an impala. They just aren't natural competitors, they normally hang out together and are quite communal with each other. Richard agreed with this saying he has ...