Jaci's Safari Lodge
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... The rangers were determined to find the wild dogs but it wasn't to be. We saw their tracks but did not get a sighting. We did however get to see the black rhino and Frances had a chameleon climb all over her. It was a fabulous evening. Dinner was served as soon as we got back, three course meal. We all had eland (big antelope) and it was delicious. Seeing as we were getting a 4.30am wake up call we headed off to bed in our air conditioned bedrooms. It is going to be such a hard four ...
... 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 ...
... I'm told. Scarf and beanie is donned and blanket is wrapped tight. Then we drive around for about three hours looking for/at animals.Breakfast. We sit out on the deck and eat delicious food while we talk about what happened on the drive.Shower, spa treatment, nap. Fairly self explanatory.Lunch. More delicious food, more talking.Quiet time. We have a private deck at our room ...
... to give us all a special viewing advantage as the cheetahs moved or rolled around. At one point three of the four perked up and looked intently into the distance. We tried in vain to spot what had caught their attention! What were we thinking? Mere humans trying to spot what a cheetah can see? LOL We made way to give another group a view. (Be sure to view all of the cheetah pictures below. If ...
Today I took a day off work so that I could go with Paul for his assessment walk. Paul, I and his assessor Megan left the lodge at 6:30am. Just after leaving the lodge we stopped to watch five white rhinos. It was a very nice sight to see so many of them together slowly walking and eating grass.
Fifteen minutes after leaving the lodge Paul parked the Land Cruiser to the side of the road. He then left the park officials know where we were and that we were doing a ...