Morukuru Family Madikwe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... ghost dogs. We were heading in the direction we thought they were when we got the call from the lodge to say that they were at the waterhole at the lodge so we had a fast turn around and rushed back. Of course they had gone. I was unaware that they were so rare but apparently they are very exciting to watch if you can follow them as they kill 80% of what they chase. We spent a while going round and round looking for the dogs, along with 2 or 3 other vehicles. We did see a ...
The set up here is that the individual suites are spread out and separate from each other, with a rock path running between them.
Every afternoon we have high tea before setting out on our game drive, so today I walk out our door and down the path and think I see an elephant but then dismiss my thought almost immediately as being ridiculous. But of course it isn't ridiculous it actually is an elephant about 100 metres away.
One of the staff is standing on the ...
... to drive away. Suddenly the dogs got up and started to run into the bush. Paul and the other two vehicles followed the dogs as they ran into the bush after an impala. The impala got away. They continued running into thicker bush, but we could not follow them, so we drove back in the direction of the lodge.
On the way back to the lodge we spotted a mother white rhino and her calf and a couple of zebras. ...
... across the carcass of a brown hyena minus the lions. We observe a herd of elephant, which we learn that the collective noun is parade of elephant, coming for a drink at a watering hole. We spot a lone giraffe out in the savannah and learn that a stand of giraffe is the collective noun for two giraffe, a tower of giraffe is when a group is standing still and a journey of giraffe is when the group ...
... only wildebeest at the pan. We didn't want to stop just for wildebeest. A few kilometres along the road there was a rotting carcass of a giraffe that was killed a few days ago by a lion. As we quietly approached the carcass (which was just off the main road) a couple of jackals and a brown hyena quickly walked away. The carcass stank, so we drove away.
For the next hour we didn't see anything until we came ...