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... It is wheelchair friendly and amazing for everyone to enjoy. As we walk, there is a warning that there are no hand rails, so be careful. As we walk we spot some crocodiles sunning on the beach across the river, of course there is no sun, just dark clouds. We continue walking and being careful. Time for our cruise.
Boarding the boat was quite easy and we were able to choose where ...
... I am so overwhelmed with emotion, fear, relief, and excitement, that I almost cry. I can't keep from smiling, that was the most intense, incredible hour I have ever experienced and it was really real! Rick also seems relieved to have us back safe, but is thrilled with what we just experienced! Tea and cheese bread warm us up before we change out of our soaked through gear, just as the storm passes and the rain subsides, leaving a eerie sense of calm in the bush. Since our ...
... he would chase the impalas that were now on the other side of the river. He walked up to the little puddle, sat down and drank water. The lion then walked back into the bush and was out of sight.
Paul continued our game drive. The next scheduled stop was at a picnic sight/lookout to make toasted jaffles and coffee. Along the way we saw a vulture standing in its nest at the top of a tree and a single giraffe.
It was at a bit ...
... the left edge of lane is marked with a yellow line and then there is probably half a lane width to edge of road. If someone notices another car coming up behind them then they will move over the yellow line to let them pass. As it's less than a lane width, the passing car is still over the centre line. James overtook on crests and bends, just had to hope no one was doing the same thing in the other direction!!! Once a car is passed they put their hazard lights in to thank ...
... a new wife as the Zulu were surprised he only had one! After a taste of Umqombothi, traditional Zulu beer, we were treated to a display of stick fighting, singing and the Zulu war dancing. Both Gill and Michael were "invited" to join in the dancing!
The visit to Dumazulu was very interesting and entertaining and gives visitors an insight into the rich Zulu culture.
Back to Wendy's for a great dinner and early night ready for a crack of dawn start tomorrow!