AndBeyond Ngala Tented Camp
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... decided it was time to go home. Generally we drive the roads pretty slowly as they are bumpy and we want to see game, but as she wanted to beat the storm, Brie hurtled along the road as fast as was safe. The wind was gusting, and the sky was purple grey. About every five seconds a cloud would flash a pastel pink, orange or yellow with heat lightening. Periodically there were jagged lines of lightening along the horizon, dark blue mountains in the distance. With ...
... something to go eye to eye with a chameleon, which can move its.eyes in all directions independently of eaxhother, and watch him lean forward, slowly open his mouth, show the til of his tongue, and then in a flash whip it.out to your lips and touch them to get his prize. We also had the opportunity to hold a python. It was a beautiful black and white creature that weighed about 7-10 lbs and was.probably 12.feet.long. He stayed ...
... in and take our sugar and eat our soap. It has only been a day but wow what a great place! It's another thatched hut. But unlike Ecuador's beach hut this one is a luxurious 3 room cottage complete with down comforters, heated blankets, coffee/wine bar, etc.
So the Search for the Big 5 continues. We've got 2 down (elephant and rhino) and another 4 days to see the more elusive other 3 (water buffalo, lion, and leopard).
... had an ice cream and enjoyed the scenery around the town. It was a relaxing day and we ended it with Ostrich burgers at the local restaurant and a nice bottle of Rose from one of the Stellenbosch vineyards before going to bed. The following day we went on a wine tour of Stellenbosch. We were collected at 10.30am and visited 4 vineyards throughout the day, tasting 4-6 wines at each vineyard. One of the vineyards, Fairfew, gave us different cheeses to taste ...
... our last night at Ngala. We had great hopes of seeing something wonderful, and we did. We first found the lion pride from last night and just sat and watched for a while. Then we found a pack of wild dogs. There were 6 adults and 4 pups. We followed them for quite a distance around a water hole where there were about 5 cape buffalo. These pups wanted to play with the buffalo. They knew to be careful because the buffalo could take them out with one ...