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Great place and excellent staff, service!! watch out for the monkeys!!
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... so he gave us reports on the state of play on that side. The water was slowly but steadily dropping as darkness descended but still flowing very fast and easily capable of washing a car off the concrete causeway and downstream to join with the Buffalo River. Not a good outcome!
Charl the guesthouse manager had arrived with a Landrover to collect the guests and their luggage as soon as we could get them across. We discusses the option of them turning back ...
... all shipped in from China. It’s barren, exposed, elevated, gets viciously cold (-23 last winter) deep snow, wild winds, this is rugged country. We reach the village, stone huts, thatch roof, stable doors, no windows.
Our tour entitles us to enter a hut. Beaten earth floor, mud bench for visitors, dark, smokey, a fire in the middle, a couch on one side, a table on the other, trinkets and crafts for sale, lukewarm beer, cats curled up by the fire, a pot on the cow-dung ...
... years in Africa! Theo is a wonder, he stops, reverses and points out a Chameleon. None of us can see it, until he gets out and has to point it out. It’s tiny, so how he saw it is a mystery. He grabs stick and picks the creature up and passes it to us for closer look. The strangest sensation as it’s feet have a suction hold on your hand. It seems unconcerned as it goes from hand to hand, changing colour once, then Theo places it carefully back where he found ...
... pied kingfisher, the giant kingfisher and the brown hooded kingfisher, the golden weaver and a fish eagle to finish off the display.
The group went to dinner at a local fish restaurant and as it was father’s day, Jan stood up and gave a speech that we would celebrate ‘blokes’ day, thereby giving each of the men in the group the chance to choose a lucky dip from her shopping bag – and ...
The weather was predicted to be wet today so the plan was to visit Ilala Weavers in Hluhluwe to do a little shopping and have lunch.
We decided to go to Hluhluwe via the Western Shores route to view the wildlife en route. Unfortunately not much was seen apart from the waterbuck and reedbok.We saw a tortoise by the side of the road and stopped to check it out. It was a Bell's Hinged tortoise, the third species of tortoise seen on the trip. Sometimes ...