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This morning we were able to sleep a little longer. I got up at 7:00 a.m. with lots of energy, we had breakfast at the hotel and returned to our room to grab our suitcases and check out. We are headed to another B & B inn called Afrique. We were too early to check in, but they allowed us to leave our baggage there until we officially checked in. Another fabulous hotel. David mentioned ...
... density of the forest along with them being solitary, secluded animals. They are also impressed with our Hyena sighting and not least the mating rhino pair. What a morning! At 12:30 we meet Rick, our ranger for the 3 day Wilderness walk, and the three other people joining us, Sonja and her children Cathrine and David from Cape Town. We start with the briefing and the dos and dont's. No white or light clothes, rhinos will charge you! No talking, its disturbs Ricks sense ...
... 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!
... party of Warthog, that were busily feeding at the roadside, almost too close to photograph.
Whilst resting the whole town had a power cut, which put eating plans on hold. We headed in to the town and found the John Dory Grill open as they had their own generator. We ate and then got ready for the night drive.
We were picked up at 7pm and headed into the Western Shores of the iSimangaliso Reserve. The highlight of the night ...