Kariega Game Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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So finally at the game reserve after a few hours drive. There are ten volunteers with one member of staff! Let's see what will happen in the next four weeks. Feeling slightly apprehensive to the amount I am going to see as appear to have already seen more than this reserve happens to have. At least there are beds, toilets that flush and hot showers, see this is what bush life is about ...
... top to toe, hat to show, now screamingly apparent that those new clothes bought just for this part of the trip were a total waste of time and money. Begrudgingly I admit to Steve that buying those awful ugly boots was the right thing to do - my pink Converse would not be up to the job. It's quite rewarding though to see the task completed and the international camaraderie is already evident, when one person gets tired, there is always another pair of muddy hands to ...
... the Easternmost part of the game reserve. It was very refreshing! Photos from those drives are posted below.
We shared our experiences with Brenda and Lawrie Dilks, from England. Félix and Sébastien described them as "very, very kind people". We had many discussions, shared many laughs and our meals together. We are grateful for their presence and their camaraderie.
... and Transporting of large game animals is very common in Southern Africa. I imagine this is the way they maintain the appropriate number of animals in the private reserves.
Lots of other animals besides Elephants. This is a Kudo.....Great BBQ'd
... is just stunning, in one piece of land you pass you see cows, in another there could be zebras, ellies', black backed jackals or kudu, it really doesnt get any better than that!! I haven't upload pictures tonight as its late and I am shattered and it takes a while, I will however try and do it tomo. We are monitoring the Lions first thing in the morning, actually for the rest of this week ...