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- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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... and wait and wait, and then, one of them emerges. She walks right into the open road giving us the most perfect sighting with the lowering sun behind my camera lens. The second one follows. They pause in the road for a moment before crossing into the bushes on the opposite side. But now we have eyes on them and it is easier to follow them in the bush. They are headed diagonally toward the main road we are driving on, and after about 30 ...
... lights go off at ten o'clock so everyone is in bed early. We are cautioned to make sure all windows and doors are closed up in the evening, because there are monkeys and baboon who like to come and visit. Oh yes, there are no locks on the outside. David got around that, when we left the camp for the day he used his suitcase lock and that made us feel secure that no one would ...
... Zebra, Buffalo, Nyala. Plant called old mans balls that has latex in stems that can damage your eyes!! Don't touch anything in Africa!! Blue sky (again) today. Quite cool this morning especially on back of vehicle. Needed gloves that I had on and all layers. As soon as sun was up it was quite warm, more than any other morning. Quite green here (more than iMfolozi). Expansive grasslands then quite bushy areas. Flowering water lilies in stream. Quite a few ...
... to phone is tedious but ok if only a few photos so you'll just get those. Dinner. Got there a bit later and there were a few people there. Buffet. Balsamic roast beef, chicken casserole, vegies and meali pap. Lovely golden syrup type pudding for dessert with custard, yum. Met Hamilton who is taking safari to Hluhluwe tomorrow morning. Walked back to room and there were Zebras on the path!!!!! Bed turned down for two which sent me to pieces ...
... be very happy. Just then an elderly man approached me and said "here is a present for you" and handed me a caricature of myself that he had drawn while sitting at an adjoining table. Turns out that he had hitchhiked from Cape Town to North Cape in Norway in 1958! What a great bloke, amazing who you meet when you set out on an adventure.
We stayed in traditional round huts and drove around the park seeing big herds of buffalo and by now the usual herds of stately ...