- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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... by themselves. It was that bush bucks lucky day. She finally ran off, and joined the rest of her herd across the way. We are still on the look out for elephant, leopard and lions to complete the big 5, but hopefully three days in greater Kruger will help with that! Wow! What a day! We got back around 2am, and had to be up around 5 for a flight to Cape Town where I'll be posting from next! Thank goodness for flights to write about amazing days like this ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... There are flaps with screens underneath that can be closed with velcro. Inside the tent looks like a normal hotel room with full electricity, ceiling fan, lights and lamps. There is a huge bathroom complete with a walk in shower and large tub. Last night we could hear the warthogs wandering around outside the tent looking for grubs. Around 1 we walked back up to the lodge for some lunch. Lunch isn't a big meal here because many people are out on excursions during the day so ...
... do on Thanda. On the way round we saw fresh signs of the elephants but could not divert off our course. By the time we had finished the count route we were too far away to go back to find them, so we headed off on to 600 in search of these missing lions, we went all over but came up empty. We just lazed around for the rest of the morning We found out from Jabalani the man who checks on all the rhinos every month to ensure they are safe and not been poached that he had seen the 2 ...