Rhulani Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Madikwe Game Reserve
... The rangers were determined to find the wild dogs but it wasn't to be. We saw their tracks but did not get a sighting. We did however get to see the black rhino and Frances had a chameleon climb all over her. It was a fabulous evening. Dinner was served as soon as we got back, three course meal. We all had eland (big antelope) and it was delicious. Seeing as we were getting a 4.30am wake up call we headed off to bed in our air conditioned bedrooms. It is going to be such a hard four ...
... eventually and afterwards a family of elephants entertained us by coming for a swim in the river below. The rest of the day was spent escaping the heat in the shade of the tent, watching lizards, monkeys and birds passing through the trees.
A lovely afternoon/evening drive brought us wild dogs, more lions and elephants playing in the water. A fine dinner followed and we fell asleep to the lion's roar again. I think the rhino is giving him ...
... bird, the white quilled bustard.
As usual, we stayed too long and as a result had to get a bit of a move on. We wanted to be at our next destination, Madikwe Game Reserve, by 3pm. We followed the long straight road towards Gabarone and entered the reserve. The roads were poor and it was hard going. We did have a sneak peek at some zebras and elephants en route though. Eventually we arrived at ...
... 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 ...
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 ...