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- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... t normally see. Finally, we came across our small plane and met our pilot, Franz. Franz immediately told Dad "Keith wants to talk to you," and Dad explained the whereabouts of his precious bullets (apparently they're a kind that you can't easily get in South Africa). Finally, we were all loaded into this plane, which was gorgeous on the inside and only had 6 seats in the back. Jordan asked Franz if he needed a co-pilot, so he got to ride shotgun in the plane! He ...
... of TGI Friday!
We have been lucky to see cheetah, giraffes, hippo, zebra and one evening we saw a pair of lions mating, not sure how happy they were with a light flashing on them!! We have also seen lots of Imparla, watt hogs, wilder beast, kudo, crocodiles, Buffolo .
Moved lodges for the last night but to get there we were driving though the reserve for 18k Keith and Linda got a puncture very fortunately the ranger drove up behind us as we had started ...
... went for our drive, there was only the three of us so it was a private tour.
This night drive wasn't as interesting as the one we took last week. However we managed to spot a large herd of buffalo, African scrub hares, buck including impala and zebra. There are large areas of iMfolozi that seem empty of game but in reality there is so much space for the animals that you have to be lucky to see them by the roadside. Several nightjars stood on the road flying away as we approached. ...
... It has been good visiting in early Spring as we have seen many young animals born this year. Small young zebras are especially appealing! We stopped the car and watched this scene for a long time. We followed the Kwelezintombi Pan loop and stopping at the pan saw hippos and woolly necked stork. A family of warthogs were running around at the edge of the pan. After coffee and rusks (South African biscuit to dunk in coffee) we drove out of ...
Our great adventure has begun, starting in Durban and travelling all the way to Cape Town via various game parks, some cultural stuff and some exciting stuff (white water rafting, ostrich riding, etc!) . Our first experience was a drive around the eastern side of iSimangaliso (a Zulu word for "place of wonders") wetlands park with loads to see, including Wort Hogs, Kudu, Red Duiker ...