Reillys Rock Hilltop Lodge
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... they will spend seven/eight days mating with all the females then they will tag in with the next worthiest male.
Other animals and birds we spotted; starlings, lapwings, drongo, orb spider, brown snake eagle, a pair of white backed vultures , impala, nyala, bee eaters, wildebeest, hairy field spider (white), water buck and zebra.
- Termite mounds are like icebergs, only the tip is above ground.
- The Euphorbia tree is poisonous and was used ...
Geneva, Switzerland to Manzini, Swaziland (8:55 P.M. Jan 19 to 4:55 P.M. Jan 20) https://www.vayama.com/checkout.v2/chec kout.jsp?s=975759206&source=results &cb=0.17641561035998166 Cost: 9348$
Country visited: Swaziland
Country shape classification: Union
Country development classification: Developing
Specific places within country visited: Mbabane Country capital city: Mbabane
... the branches of a fallen tree on the waters edge :-( I hope those crocs decide to eat it some time soon... We also saw lots of Antelope, Wildebeest, Warthogs and Impala.
We did not regret our cheeky hop over to Swaziland, 2 days seemed the right amount of time for us. In that time we managed to drive the whole length of the country, so a very tiny country it is! Now back to SA for the 2nd time :-)
We left at 7am for the 45 minute drive to the Kingdom of Swaziland. Picked up a young Dutch couple and our guide Nick (another Marloth Park lodge owner/operator) gave us a good running commentary along the trip. At the border (passports needed) we saw a traditional village and got an explanation of village life. Then many of the chief's 25 children gave an exhibition of singing and dancing that was quite stirring. A stop at ...
... 10 feet from 2 white rhinos we sat so still no noise other than the snapping of cameras. I could see the muscle in their legs, the bugs on their back, the black eyes. I felt them staring at us with the large sharp horn at the ready. We sat still and watch until they just kept on walking, passing us. These were not the only two rhinos we would encounter only minutes later 2 more came this time even closer. I stood next to the ...