Etali Safari Lodge
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... I think this sounds like a great idea. Maybe we should do the same thing and plan it at the end of another trip to Europe.
Everyone has taken eleventy billion photos so there's talk of getting together for a "slide night" which I really hope happens. It's a little bit like school camp where you have these intense ...
A day at Makanyane looks a bit like this.
Wake up. It's hard to believe but I have voluntarily been woken up before dawn every day.Pre-breakfast. I might be awake but there is no way I am going to function without a cup of tea.Game drive. We file out to the vehicles, work out who's going in which one and where they're going to sit. My brain isn't really engaged yet so I just ...
... to the lodge and she tells me there are elephants all around and as we walk toward the lodge we pass another elephant within about 30 metres. They don't pay us any attention but I'm feeling quite alert as I enter the lodge.
Well on tonight's drive we saw more elephants than you can poke a stick at. At one stage a herd crossed the drive path in front of us but there were still a couple on the other side that we needed to wait for before passing. At another point ...
... to see in real life. When the zebra then the giraffe are satisfied, impala come next, then a parade of elephants, different groups of them come to slake their thirst. When a herd of wildebeests come to drink, they are interrupted by a cheeky “teenaged” bull elephant that decides to have a bit of fun by stacking up the wildebeest then running them off. Next come a group of four ...
... the size of a nest.
Paul then spotted some white rhinos. There were two of them and they were close by. They had not seen us – their eyesight is not very good, but their hearing is. Paul frequently checked the direction of the wind by picking up grass and dropping it to see which way it falls. He then led us closer to them. It was very exciting. We quietly and slowly walked closer to them. We could hear them eating. We were so close to them and they had no ...