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Inkewenkwezi Game Reserve - $US339.95 pp
The reason they are so expensive is because there is a lack of local services, buses and guides so they are brought into the area prior to the ship’s arrival and that cost is factored into the price of the tour.
We have teamed up with our tablemates to "play it by ear".
Room service breakfast arrived a little ...
... impala (deer like with 'M' on butt), waterbuck (white target on butt) and Eland (largest of the antelopes, tan-grey in colour). Throughout the day we also saw giraffe, lots of them plus babies, ostrich, which we chased with the car, crested eagle, brown snake eagle, warthog with 4 babies, wildebeest, a tortoise, monkey, white lions, goats and an emu (the latter 3 in enclosures on the reserve). For lunch we went back to the ...
... br> Tranquil and beautiful surroundings, and watching from the veranda it's as if you can almost touch the animals that roam free and come up to graze.
Zebras, blessbok, impalas, wildebeast, horses and cows, and as the sun set yesterday, I saw a magnificent waterbuck. More than 200 different bird species, flowers, trees, butterflies and bees - what more could you ask for?
I have been here for a week now, feeling very much at home, and consider myself lucky to ...
... our visit this morning. We headed to the school and started by taking the oranges around to each classroom. (In our previous visit we had learnt that there was 290 children in the school, ranging form Grade R to Grade 7. The children were fed 1 meal a day but usually we're not fed outside of school as they come from a very poor area.) the thought of the fruit was to give them some brain food early in the morning to help them concentrate until their lunch meal. ...
... a TV to watch it on. My initial plan was to do the deed at sunset on the beach, however mother nature decided that it would rain all of Saturday. I settled on watching the rugby, and then relying on the age old plan of ‘playing it by ear’. It was a fantastic match, for those who didn’t see it, the England pack dominated, but sadly they couldn’t be matched by the backs. The game finished and I now had a two hour window before dinner. I had an epiphany. ...