Le Jacaranda Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was shattered however once we got back to camp around sunset and a massive, one-tusked elephant strolled through our camp. We also had several Cape Buffalo visit our campsite at night, equally exciting and scary. All in all, the first day of safari was incredibly exciting and left us wanting more. Animal Highlights: - 2 Lionesses (sunning/napping on a downed tree) - 3 Eastern Black Rhinos (!!!!!) - 2 African Elephants (including the one marching through our camp) - Hippos - Several ...
... a tusk! We took heaps of photos and ended up watching them for a long time. It was so surreal as they were so close. One had its butt facing us and suddenly there was a 5th leg and he was peeing and pooing at the same time. It was hilarious! Eventually we left and as we headed out a baby elephant following his mum walked across the road in front of our car. It was the cutest thing I'd seen up till then. There was a whole family in the bushes either side of us and we just ...
... had some babies to look after so had their paws pretty full. The baby lions were really annoying their parents by the looks of things, and with a load of humans bothering them too, and then it raining, these were some ****** off pussy cats. Not sure whether getting really up in their whiskers was a great idea but we did it anyway. Tonight we slept next to the not particularly safe sounding Crocodile River. We were asked to pitch our tents two meters apart because ...
... began... Our original group was instructed to clean up and then seat rotation was brought up again... None of us were happy so we piped up to Manash (the singlet wearing, arrogant, nipple showing, TEMPORARY guide). We said our views and all he was was rude; laughing at our points, being a smart **** and treating us like we were children. "I'm the new guide now, it's my rules!" He got our backs up, especially mine, resulting in me telling him what ...