Motswiri Private Safari Lodge
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... I think this sounds like a great idea. Maybe we should do the same thing and plan it at the end of another trip to Europe.
Everyone has taken eleventy billion photos so there's talk of getting together for a "slide night" which I really hope happens. It's a little bit like school camp where you have these intense ...
A day at Makanyane looks a bit like this.
Wake up. It's hard to believe but I have voluntarily been woken up before dawn every day.Pre-breakfast. I might be awake but there is no way I am going to function without a cup of tea.Game drive. We file out to the vehicles, work out who's going in which one and where they're going to sit. My brain isn't really engaged yet so I just ...
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 ...
... on the radio. A coalition of four cheetah males has been spotted. Once it is our turn we watch them walk toward a big tree and all give it a sniff and a spray before moving on. At one stage they give chase to a zebra - so fast - without success, before finally settling in their resting spot for the day. They are all gorgeous, all sleek with their beautiful coats and their pretty faces. I'm so glad we had the chance to see ...
... manages to steer the vehicle down the road as well as shine the spotlight in sweeping motions in front of him. Quite suddenly he brings the vehicle to a stop because he has spotted a genet on a dead limb in the tall grass. We strain our eyes to see and incredibly the genet (a small member of the feline family) allows us time to view it as it curls against the limb. What a wonderful ending to ...