SUN1 Richards Bay
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Thought for the day: A fool and his money are soon parted.
What can I say about Richards Bay? Very little. To be frank, there is no there, there. I'm not quite sure why it’s a port except as a jumping off point to fly away to a safari somewhere in Africa. But, after our little adventure, Sandy did find some treasures to take home. More about that in a minute.
As usual, the ship provides a shuttle ...
... by visiting elephants, but non are here today. Approaching a small clearing a little further on, Rick points out white, chalk like balls on the ground, Hyena poo, white from the calcium in the bones they eat. There are many droppings here, this is apparently a way for the Hyena to gain hierarchy, a social gathering of poo to see who's is the whitest! Ahead, I spot movement in the bush, a quick whistle gets Ricks attention and we stop still with bated breath to see what it ...
... is larger and less shy than the red duiker. On the way back to the gate via the main track we thought we had seen most game by now, but no. On the right hand side of the road, only about 40 metres away were two white rhino silhouetted against the skyline. We stayed to watch them for quite a while. Great to see there are rhino remaining in this park. Home to the flat then out for dinner to an Italian restaurant with Zulu speaking waitresses. How ...
... Very smelly! They also had Impala for the dogs at boma tomorrow. Philip laughed as he thought I thought they were going to find dogs responsible for Tosca's death, but nothing so machevelian. They're not sure what killed Tosca only that he got caught under fence with collar and something killed and ate him. Made spaghetti bolognaise for dinner. Philip ate plain pasta and cheese. Discovered Philips mum is a Paediatric Nurse in charge of 2 wards. Bed. Gecko on wall in ...
... We only spent a few hours there before catching a shuttle back to the ship as the rain continued to come down. Since it was such a bad day we didn’t take any photos of Richards Bay. I tried to do some computer work but had a problem that prevented me from getting on the internet, so we had a relaxing afternoon and saw another good movie "The Royal Affair". Tomorrow we dock in Durban, South Africa. The pictures uploaded are of ...
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