Mabula Game Lodge
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This week was spent, due to the grade ten exams, on year 9 camp. Grade 9 camp, for Saints, is a three week stay at Kamoka Bush School, which is run by Saints, doing activities and challenges with the overall goal of completing a qualification. We travelled to this camp with the grade 9's. Hopping on a bus, having donned the Saints tracksuit, with 70 other boys, all with unknown faces, was daunting. Despite what I'm sure was beautful scenery out ...
Took our leave of Khama Rhino Reserve and made our way back to SA via Parrs Holt border post where we had a very easy transit, with exceptionally friendly and humorous customs officials on both sides. The road between Lephalale ( Elisrus) and Vaalwater was the most potholed one we have ever been on and looked like ...
... and we made Khama Rhino Reserve with time to spare. If Mac hadn't already paid for the bungalow which we were sharing ( school holidays had begun and there was very little available accommodation) we could easily have pressed on and stayed in one of the new hotels in either Palapye or Mahalapye. The bug allow ( quite an apt autocorrect by my iPad) was very basic, the 2 bedrooms? only separated by a 2 meter dividing wall( the ones ...
... more often !Just saying. The second water crossing seemed unavoidable (OH NOOOO ! said the ladies OHHH YESSSS! said the men) I for one could feel the fear based hysteria building up.Terry and Liz very very bravely volunteered to go first and that was extremely scary to watch.in they went and the front of the car suddenly disappeared under the water,right over the bonnet and then thankfully came up and out the other side. At this point I burst into tears both of relief AND terror ...
... bucky, bumping and jostling it! Jacques began to scold them, but
before anything could get out of hand, the matriarch placed herself
between us and the others, forcing them to go around her. She's a
smart one – you must protect the food source, and at that time we
were the food source. As the ellies got settled, others came to enjoy
the feast – warthogs, kudu, and impala, mainly.
After about 40 minutes, we decided it was time to move on. We ...