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... drooping under the pressure and small streams growing into raging torrents between the rocks and running down the hills sweeping loose leaves and twigs along with small stones and debris. The roar on the tin roof is deafening as we all scramble to shift the furniture back from the verandah edge and if you step into the falling water for as little as a few seconds you are wet through instantly. It is spectacular, frightening and exhilarating all at the same time. I love ...
... 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. ...
... several inches deep. The local kids were out playing in the streams sailing twigs and other bits of debris along what were usually dry and dusty roads.
We arrived at the northern bank of the Isibindi River and realised that the guests were not in fact bogged but simply stuck on the other side of a 50 meter wide and very swiftly flowing stream. We sat for a while knowing that these rivers rise quickly and fall often just as quickly but there was a lot of ...
... large wrap-around deck overlooking the lake, complete with Twinkles the cat, who can spot a free meal when he sees one.
Shirley has booked dinner at Moorcroft Manor, but honestly the track is very rough, and it’s too much of a schlepp to contemplate. Wonder if we can get something to eat here? Dinner? Served in the Chalet? Roast Chicken with all the trimmings OK? White wine, Red wine? No problem!
We’ve been up since 5:00 so we welcome the chance of a ...
... we headed to the Estuary Mouth and beach. It clouded over a little but was very hot unlike the east coast of England. Ann and Gill had a walk and sit down. I initially wandered along to the roosting of @150 terns and 10 gulls. The terns were mainly the large yellow billed Swift Terns and smaller black billed Sandwich Terns, and the Gulls were Grey-headed Gulls. Getting closer to take photos I soon spotted 3 Caspian Tern (the largest tern and ...