Lalibela Game Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... an indigenous rainforest. For about 2 hours we zip-lined between 10 platforms (the longest line was 100 meters) built 90 feet above the forest on old growth trees (Giant Outeniqua Yellowwoods, Carol and Rex) some of which were estimated to be 700 years old. It really wasn't too scary until you looked down and saw the remains of those who had fallen. They filmed much of our daring-do but we didn't buy the video. What had felt ...
... drops, holding syringes whilst he takes blood samples or just soothing and stroking. We have to wear gloves to protect against disease but even so, to touch a mane, feel the smooth fur, the softness of their ears, is truly incredible. My turn comes when someone is needed to clip the female's claws. Her front legs are neatly crossed over, and her paws soft, disguising their hunting capability. Johann passes me the cutting instrument, like a pair of pliers and gently ...
It took some time, patience and maneuvering by David, but we were rewarded with seeing a herd of elephants with two babies that are two months old and another that is one and a half months old. They came out of the bushes and walked up to and around us. They are so incredible!
After leaving the elephants we found a White Rhino and her baby grazing. So cool!
David brought us up close and personal with a massive ...
... won't be swimming. In any case the views from the bluff are outstanding! Later in the afternoon tony and I take a walk along the beach, clamber over rocks and walk up the big hill overlooking the bay on which our hotel is situated. It's nice to have some much needed time alone together. After a lovely day resting at the beach it's up early once more for a 7:00 am start heading to Port ...
... seconds wasn't too bad, except for the feeling of your feet slipping from the grip. Everyone else said the same thing. Obviously it was safe but it still felt a bit scary at that moment. All in all, absolutely amazing experience. I would definitely do it again if I got the chance. I then got a lift to Storms River off of some guys who had just done the jump too. South Africans from Pretoria. I'm now ...