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... not too long ago. Many beautiful clear windows, no stained glass, maybe
that comes later.
We return back to our hotel for breakfast and plan for the day before our boat cruise at 4:00 p.m.
The cruise is about two hours and we will be cruising the largest salt-water estuarine system in the world.
Our time is limited so we need to make sure we spend our time wisely. ...
... in a crouched position, whistling to Rick at the same time for his attention. Again, it all happens so quick, the rest of the group drop down behind me and we stay dead still. The Rhinos seem to have been just as startled by us as I was by them, and with the heavy rain causing a disadvantage to both, they don't react any further and we are able to walk on by unscathed. Can this get any more intense?! There is no time for fear, but it is fear and respect for the seriousness ...
... we didn’t want to scare them.
When they reached the car they then walked off the track and onto the grass and started eating. We left them to continue our drive and just a few minutes later we spotted some more white rhinos. These ones were in the distance and not as good a sighting.
We then arrived at a lookout point with a view of the river. This river was also nearly dried up. There didn’t appear to be any animals ...
... and saw where people cross border illegally and there were people there. Guards patrol in car along road. Usual height fence. James stopped at Pick n Pay (supermarket) for take away lunch!!! Spinach and feta pie (ordinary) and Apple tartlet which fell apart while eating and topping was very crunchy like grated pastry. Bit disappointed that didn't stop at decent food place. Stopped on side of highway and ate in car (a bit weird with a guy I hardly know!), lots of signs ...
... a farmer's stock then they get reimbursed by the park/Government. Hazel, a Wild Dog was hanging around the outside of the fence. Saw 2 Rhino's, huge horns. Got back around 6. Met David. Courtney's husband who works in the park. Lynn cooked dinner with all our help. Boerewors (South African sausage), Chakalaka (tinned South African ), fried tomatoes and rice. Very nice. Exhausted, almost falling asleep at table, went to bed at 8 and out like a ...