Mfuwe Lodge - The Bushcamp Company
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today was a fairly low key day. Enjoyed sitting on the riverbank watching the sights of the early morning drinking our cup of coffee. We then took our usual walk and at one point had to go inside the eating area in the chalets because there was a elephant on the lawn. Came fairly close before Magoo walked out and shooed it away.
While we were sitting there ...
... tiny creatures! We also saw several bushy tailed mongoose and a hippo standing there wondering what to do next. We drove over to where we had seen the lions earlier that day and there were four of them resting but not really any action.
Right at the end we found Alice and two cubs feasting on an impala they had killed. Alice and one of the cubs was sitting on the side while the other one tore and pulled at the ...
... peanut sauce, onion tart, zucchini salad, green salas, rolls and apples in phyllo dough for dessert.
After lunch is time for siesta. Everyone, including the staff, heads back to their tents for siesta. We have about 3 hours until we gather again for coffee and tea and then leave at 4pm for the evening driving safari. Matt and I usually spend this time reading, or writing, or napping, or doing a quick workout. More to come after our evening ...
... plus 2 staff. We had another good meal, then went out to the River bank to watch the stars. More shooting stars and they confirmed that what we were seeing was indeed the Milky Way (I knew it!). We also saw the southern cross and Scorpio, and the Big Dipper. More shooting stars as well. We spoke about Pluto and how it was no longer a planet. We told how our young niece Lizzie knows all her planets and even Pluto, which is "far far away".
Packed up for the morning and off to ...
... then across the dinner table and out. Matt ran into him in the men's room later, but hopefully that is the last we see of him. After dinner, the other guests decided to retire to their tents. It was 9PM. So Matt and I decided to have a glass of wine by the fire, and stay up. Two of the guides stayed up and sat with us by the fire. (Which they kind of have to, because you can't walk back to the tents alone. You need a guide to watch and protect ...