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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... the water depth. Hippos do not swim but walk along the bottom. If you can see their heads out of the water they are standing on the bottom. The shallows were a long way out into the estuary. Two Goliath herons, grey herons and darters were on the sandbanks.
The Benghazi Loop is no longer a loop, a bridge across swampy ground collapsed a few years ago and has never been mended so you have to drive to the end and turn around and retrace your route. As ...
... 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 ...
... yogurt-like stuff, cereal, coffee, juice, tea, croissants and other pastries, sausage, bacon, tomatoes, beans, and potatoes as well as an egg station. Dad and I got ham tomato and cheese omelettes. We returned to the tent after breakfast only to find a larger heard of zebra including two very young zebras outside our tent! We approached slowly and realized that they are not very afraid. It was so cool. The heat of the day was approaching so they were hanging out under a ...
... but you can never hear them walk. Then along the road came Tulani the dominant bull who forced us back along the road, so we turned around and drove all the way around the fence line in the other direction. We got to where the other truck was with the lions, the 4 females were there with Skhondla Khondla. The vehicle with the German tour group that are here were lost so the other truck went to meet them and bring them back. Whilst we were sat watching, all the lions suddenly ...