Zululand Tree Lodge
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... asked if I wanted white or brown and I'd thought it was to go with my eggs. Then they brought "Perry's breakfast" which was fried egg, bacon and tomato (and chips! Which it didn't say on menu!! Weird to have chips for breakfast). Oh to have Jungle oats! So full. Checked out. James was at reception. Left just before 8. He was very chatty. Reminds me of Yoda. Always hmmming and repeating things. Over 500km drive. Went up over Drakensburg mountains. Travelled along ...
... the city and luckily 30km closer to the safari lodges. After quickly claiming our shrink wrapped bags, we found the (believe it or not) Avis car rental office just outside the terminal. We registered and found our Honda Ballade in the lot. We unwrapped our bags in the parking lot and loaded the "boot". We initially went to get in on the wrong sides of the car (Dad on the passenger's and me on the driver's). This was not a good start to our three hour journey driving ...
... views of the Indian Ocean.
A visit to a hide gave us a good view of a wildebeest, bushbuck and warthog. Also some tiny frogs on the walls of the hide.
During the day's drive we spotted red duiker, many bushbuck, zebra, vervet monkeys, African buffalo and waterbuck. Dung beetles were seen on the road and Roland, especially, was fascinated by them in flight!
Leaving the park in the late afternoon we made ...
... got them to the back of her mouth, rolled them to her teeth and cracked them before eating them. We then went to another dam to see the hippos. Another great morning. When we got back hot and sweaty and covered in small leaves sticking to us in our sweat, we looked like we had been garnished ready for someone to eat lol. None of us could wait to go and shower after our breakfast but we got told there was no water and none would be delivered so no showers allowed. Paul had a dip in ...
... tea and had a couple of beers before bed. Day 61: Not a good nights sleep at all, my mouth and face are really hurting, although we were awake I felt terrible and Paul tired so we did not make conservation this morning! but it was only litter picking. I was supposed to keep my plate in for 24 hours but after only 18 I could stand it no more. I took it out as my entire mouth and all my teeth were hurting from the pressure. The plate did not seem to fit properly one one ...