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... all the debris. As we got closer to the ocean, you could see the greenery changing and you could tell we were almost there. The beach is stunning! Take a look at the video to see what I am talking about! we had some time to explore the beach, chase the crabs around and witness the great strength of the Indian Ocean. The winds were strong, and they were creating some great waves! While we were exploring, Julian set up a wonderful lunch for us ...
... to climb, they said " No problem." The young man went and got a cooler container and had ME step up, now I could climb into the jeep. This was so nice of them to solve my problem. There were nine of us in the jeep.
They drove to Cape Vidal and as we are entering the gate, we will be getting off, so the driver and friend will be letting out some air from the tires. The young man had the cooler container ready so that ...
... from us and we just got a view of their rear ends. Further along in an open area we stopped to watch a few antelopes. There were kudus and impalas here. The male kudu had Red Billed Oxpeckers hitching a ride on its back.
The next stop was Mphafa Hide. Here we got out and stretched our legs. The hide overlooked a dried up dam. The view wasn't great, but we had excellent bird sightings, with birds flying all around us. We took many photos. ...
... to phone is tedious but ok if only a few photos so you'll just get those. Dinner. Got there a bit later and there were a few people there. Buffet. Balsamic roast beef, chicken casserole, vegies and meali pap. Lovely golden syrup type pudding for dessert with custard, yum. Met Hamilton who is taking safari to Hluhluwe tomorrow morning. Walked back to room and there were Zebras on the path!!!!! Bed turned down for two which sent me to pieces ...
... Met Courtney whose staying here for a few days, doing PhD on Rhino dung. We were to go on drive at 2pm but then it changed to 3. Left just before 3 for drive to do camera traps and find the Wild Dogs. 6 cameras to check for a guy doing PhD study. Had to change batteries and SD cards and sweep the path of prints. At one of the camera Axel told us to stay put as there was a bird there that hung around dangerous animals and he could hear something ...