SUN1 Richards Bay
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... a lone Impala, no danger here and once he gets whiff of us, he's off, bouncing away. It's fairly easy to spot birds in the bush while walking, but being on constant alert for bumping into anything big and dangerous around each bush kind of puts the birds on the back list. We do however get a nice look at a Trumpet Hornbill and Vulture flying overhead. The heat is rising, so I guess we are getting close to midday, maybe with more time I could figure this out from the sun, but ...
... greener there. Brunch at Centenary centre. More Zebra and a foal. At airstrip camera track there was a herd of Impala that leapt in the air as they ran away and the Warthogs ran after them with their tails in the air like flags. Philip was worried about Buffalo a little way off at one of the cameras. Stopped at Boma briefly to say goodbye to dogs. Saw Lion on sandbar at river, a long way off in distance. Back to Camp at 2pm. Antonine was there, the Monitor ...
... and waited in ute and other tourists in their car. The Dogs got to kill and started eating, lots of bone crunching!! Quite dark by then. Had car headlights on in direction of kill but it was in the bushes. Then they pulled it out and we were able to watch them eat. They got through it quickly and there wasn't much left. Then the Hyaena's came, they are a lot bigger than I expected and very solid. There was 3 but 2 ...
Left Johannesburg at about 1.15. Bus to plane. Lots of salty snacks on the flight. Arrived Richards Bay at 2.30. Very small airport. Luggage out through hole in wall. Met Vincent and Michelle. I saw a monkey in a tree just out of airport, first animal sighting! They have plantations of Blue Gum, used to make paper. Drove to a town somewhere and due to roadworks went around and around. Stopped at ...
... thing). We drove around for 90 minutes, probably 60 of that in the dark, and really didn’t see much. It was a little disappointing. As we drove back to the lodge, we noticed that the sky was clear and because we were in the countryside, there were millions of stars. It was beautiful. How come we were dining under the stars tonight? That would have improved the program.
Back at the lodge, we now moved into the second part of ...
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