Thendele hutted camp
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... hearts hung around their necks with their names iced on the front. They reminded me of the metal plates given to Aboriginal people in Australia by early settlers as they "pacified" them into submission. Most worked hard but did not seem that cheerful, perhaps they had not quite caught the liveliness of the German folk songs!But like many aspects of this country things are not always as simple as they first appear. This was a happy joyful crowd out for a good time and ...
... on our way to the border gate between Swaziland and South Africa. Only 5 minutes of the highway, and well worth the stop. Amongst various craft shops selling locally made wares, is the glass factory where we were able to look at the beautiful products created from recycled glass. We were able to watch about 20 people involved in the glass blowing process. One of the information signs indicated that 1500 ...
Well time has come to continue our journey and leave the game reserve behind!!
What a fantastic time having met a group great people and seen some amazing sites!!!
Big thanks to the Darren, Farrah and the Kids and the extended Cryer and Dickson families.
Check out our picks of our last moments on the reserve.
... that stood some 30 yards away from the Kraal and Storehouse.
Paul went into great depth about individual soldiers in the hospital including those with miraculous escapes and those who faired less well. He then described the scrambled retreat to the storehouse as the hospital and kraal were over run and the many attempts and strategies the Zulu fighters employed to take the storehouse.
It was a full two hours before he came ...
... to stretch our legs. After lunch we were back on the road for about two hours and then we arrived at Nambiti Game Reserve. Paul chose to visit here again, as we had been a few years ago and enjoyed our stay.
All visitors to this game reserve have to leave their cars in the car park at the entrance; from here our guide picked us up and drove us to the lodge. Our guide was a young guy called Kingsley. We were ...