Jaci's Tree Lodge
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... Pay supermarkets. Today the supermarket was packed. The queues were huge and there were people everywhere. However, it was all good natured and everyone was patient and friendly. It was also nice and cool in the supermarket so not a bad place to be. The excitement built as we came to the gate for Madikwe Game Reserve. After 15 minutes of a very bumpy drive we made it to the lodge and were greeted with a lovely cold flavoured water. We were given a run down of the lodge, ordered ...
... through them fast enough, it's like watching a slowmo movie.) JR left a marker so that other groups could find the cheetahs but we suspect that the cheetahs will move off as soon as they are sufficiently warm because their bellies did not look full. The morning drive ends with a coffee break then another look at the Oryx and more dazzle of zebra. After a very hearty breakfast, I go for a ...
... This made for great drive experiences.
In the resort, we were served exceptionally well. Although we cringe at the thought of being served, the staff had a very discreet approach. Among these members, Constance, our butler, took good care of us, particularly our two boys. We are very pleased with our stay at Madikwe and have ended our safari experience with a bang.
These safaris have been a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
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 ...
... that was already here. It was a very gentle fight. Before I knew it, they all walked away. I took the time to look through my photos and in between doing so I looked up and saw a Brown Hyena walking along. It didn't stop to drink- just walked by. I didn't think that there would be much more happening, so I went back to the staff ...