Protea Hotel Hazyview
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... of cake after this! Eventually we had arrived by the side literally of 3 white rhino a mother . 4 year old daughter and a 1 year old. White Rhino are quite rare but the black more so . Also they are not called white because of colour but rather because they were originally referred to as wide Rhino and in translation became white!! We were then told that the lions had been found so we set off in hot pursuit through some ...
... building and support. A little game of soccer broke out inside one of the schoolrooms, which I think Yanik started and good fun was had by all.
We then jumped back in the vans and drove about an hour into the country passing remote villages on our way. This is where the question “where do all these people work” came up. There are no factories, retail to speak of, no real businesses of any kind in any of these small villages. As we drove along the ...
... would grow to be serial killers. We watched them play, interact with each other it was very cool! We were again told how truly special this was, rarely do you ever see the Wild Dogs and it's even more rare to find the den.
We then continued the safari and saw elephants, all sorts of birds, a huge herd of water buffalo and all the plants of the bush. We watched the sunset over the mountains and then all 3 of our Land Rovers met ...
... pop music originates from African-style dancing). It kicks up lots of dessert sand, so we guests quickly eat up our tiramisu before the sand and dust can settle on it. Leticia (the woman from L'Auvergne, France) sits next to me again, but we don’t talk as much. She does, however, show me a picture she took of a baby hyena! It is so precious and, she tells me in French, curious. They also like to gnaw on things, like the bumper of the range rover, for ...
... Wildebeest, a family of Warthogs and several Hippos.
We were actually trying to get some photos of an eagle, when in the distance through the trees we started to see large black shapes and dust; first a few, then a few dozen, then a herd of several hundred Water Buffalo arrived on the scene. It was amazing to see them fill the landscape as well as a good part of the lake. The other animals filtered back after the Water Buffalo ...