Madikwe Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to the lodge and she tells me there are elephants all around and as we walk toward the lodge we pass another elephant within about 30 metres. They don't pay us any attention but I'm feeling quite alert as I enter the lodge.
Well on tonight's drive we saw more elephants than you can poke a stick at. At one stage a herd crossed the drive path in front of us but there were still a couple on the other side that we needed to wait for before passing. At another point ...
... We come across a trail of Matabele ants that have a vicious bite. RJ tells us that they are returning from a raid on a termite mound because you can see eggs that are being carried in the mouths of some of the ants. They are named after an African tribe that destroyed everything in their path as they swept through south and central Africa in the 1800’s on raids and military campaigns. ...
This morning we had a sleep in. As we got up I noticed four old male buffaloes walking past our room. They were on their way to the lodge's waterhole. Once we were packed up we walked to the lodge for breakfast. Gavin and Heidi congratulated us on our engagement. After breakfast we went for a walk to the boma and took some photos of the waterhole and the rest of the lodge views. We then checked out and drove to Johannesburg to continue our ...
... this restaurant that caters to American tourists, Embassy workers, and wealthier Motswana. I fully took advantage of the favorable currency exchange, eating a three course meal consisting of snails (really good!), filet, and apple pie all for between fifteen and twenty US dollars.
On Thursday, we started learning Setswana. Since there are 27 students in the program, we are in three groups of 9, learning from a woman who trains Peace Corps volunteers who ...
Another birthday in the bush, today was my 32nd. I was on a straight shift today, so I had the evening off from work. After work I went to the hide. There was not much at all this afternoon, except for a lonely bull elephant. The elephant came into view from the left, he drank at the fresh water that is pumped into the waterhole. It then walked right past and through the wetlands, stopping for a little bit of grass and then it was out of view. ...