Protea Hotel Empangeni
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... family in a large tree just near our morning tea stop overlooking the Black iMfolosi River with no water. Then we had the amazing luck to almost run into a huge bull elephant walking towards us down the narrow track. We had to quickly turn and retreat but slowly as it followed us along. Then we stopped and watched We drove today through Zululand. Beautiful green fertile hills covered with sugar cane and citrus, lots of veges and house dotted everywhere with people in their Sunday ...
... warthogs, zebra, and water buffalo. They were amazing to watch. We came across a white rhino, and he is not white. One was taking a mud bath. There are many bathing places for them to roll around in. The mud keeps them cool and when it flakes off, the ticks fall off as well.
We then saw a troop of baboons. There were four adult males, babies, and of course, the females. Must have been near 30 of ...
Last night when we asked Rick what time we should get up this morning, there was a simple answer, when you wake! I have no idea what time we went to bed last night, other than it was after dark and this morning I have no idea what time I woke, but it was light, perfect! We didn't see any animals walk past the tent last night, but we did hear lion. I stirred from sleep a few times to their roars, and really wanted to wake properly to look out the tent window, but I knew if I did, ...
Its 04:50 and we are in the car as the first light breaks the horizon. There is time for a morning game drive before we start our Wilderness walk. We can self-drive in Imfolozi, so decide we prefer to do that than go on an organized drive, it gives us more freedom, plus the excitement of spotting the animals ourselves. There are lots of different tracks to follow, but we head for the 4x4 ones (less populated) and make our way toward a watering hole. The usual Impala are ...
I left Lynn and Steve's just after 07:00 for my 09:30 flight to Durban. As long as Jon survives another day with the sharks, I will be meeting him at the airport at 12:30 to pick up our 4x4 Toyota Hilux to drive the Elephant Coast of South Africa, up and into Mozambique for the next 2.5 weeks. On time, Jon arrives in his Hertz rental car to drop off, before we meet the guys from Bushlore who have drove our car here from Johannesburg. Whoa, ...