Sodwana Bay Lodge
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... two more white rhino on the hillside a few metres from the road and one crossing the road in front of us. Whilst having our breakfast brunch two warthog wandered through the camp digging in the earth. Warthogs are like wild boar or pigs digging and searching in the earth for roots, insects and grubs. As Mphafa Hide was such a lovely setting yesterday we revisited it today. Many bee eaters were gathering in the pools that had formed ...
... should have gone). Back to room but cleaner still there. Read on balcony. Diary. Did final lot of washing before I get home. Now quite windy and can smell smoke in the air. If I was home I'd say it was a nasty fire day. Went to sus out lunch at 1.20 but they don't do lunch, high tea at 2. Ate dried prunes which had dried out even more in luggage!! High tea at 2 (African time!), so it wasn't ready till 2.30. Saw Hamilton and it's just me for afternoon ...
... at options for size,scale,position and effect we finally settled on a decision. The printing took a day and we then had to wait over the weekend for it to dry. So early this morning I arrived at BFG to assist Lloyd and Josh to apply the designs. What a great pair of young guys to work with, the flair of a graphic artist aligned with the skill of a technician. We parked up under a big shady tree outside the plant and got to work. The ...
... is the goal of every safari
drive: lion, elephant, rhino, buffalo, and leopard. I jokingly made a
comment that all we were missing was a leopard and not five minutes
later Etienne began circling above a bush where he'd glimpsed some
movement. The eyes on this pilot! I have no idea how he spotted it,
but suddenly out of the bushes strode a large, stately, male leopard!
Continuing along the river we quickly added spotted hyena, zebra,
giraffe, wildebeest, Egyptian ...
... and 2 goats but he's thinking about asking for a few back. Half a world away yet the culture remains the same,,,
After we settled in at Zulu Nyala we did our first game drive and were able to see Zebra, Giraffe, Cheetahs, Wart Hogs, Nyala, Kudu, Impala, Water Buffalo but the highlight of the drive was watching an elephant knock down a 30 foot tree by butting his head against the base of the tree. Then she and a couple of her elephant friends ate all the foliage ...