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... us not to walk up to the koppie ledge. The heavy rain distorts the sense of sound, the teaming stream of water creates a grey haze around us, impairing our sight and the wetness dampens smell. Rick seems keen to get us back to camp, he is at a disadvantage in the storm, but so are the animals, he adds to try and put us at ease. The adrenaline is still high flowing from the elephant encounter only moments ago. I am already on very high alert, but now we have a storm to contend ...
... pied kingfisher, the giant kingfisher and the brown hooded kingfisher, the golden weaver and a fish eagle to finish off the display.
The group went to dinner at a local fish restaurant and as it was father’s day, Jan stood up and gave a speech that we would celebrate ‘blokes’ day, thereby giving each of the men in the group the chance to choose a lucky dip from her shopping bag – and ...
Up at 5am. Shower by torchlight. Jungle Oats and cup of tea. Left at 6 and headed towards Bhejane hide and I spotted two Dogs in the grass and then they crossed the road to join another, then another 2 came. Followed them along ridge line. Thought they were going to hide so went there, they didn't come. Left to scan for other Dogs from hill behind Mpila. Cuppa on top of hill. View of Black Imfolozi river. ...
... reserve and immediately met a troop of 40+ Baboons of all ages and sizes across the road. Pictures were taken in a variety of poses, but many are x-rated as they did appear to enjoy exposing themselves unnecessarily.
We drove on and found game spotting difficult with the long grass and the animals did not appear numerous. A couple of Buffalo were the best before our breakfast stop. Game parks in South Africa are amazing - you ...
The weather was predicted to be wet today so the plan was to visit Ilala Weavers in Hluhluwe to do a little shopping and have lunch.
We decided to go to Hluhluwe via the Western Shores route to view the wildlife en route. Unfortunately not much was seen apart from the waterbuck and reedbok.We saw a tortoise by the side of the road and stopped to check it out. It was a Bell's Hinged tortoise, the third species of tortoise seen on the trip. Sometimes ...