Thaba Tsweni Lodge & Safaris
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There was still continuous cloud cover when we woke up but the cloud was much higher and less oppressive looking, the ground was dry and the temperatures had climbed somewhat after a distinctly chilly day on 25th.
The layout at Mopani is different to most of the other camps we visited, being perched at the top of some low hills …
... out German named Andy, and a few South African guys working in Tofo, Mozambique as dive guides and surf instructors.
Our original plan upon entering Mozambique in a week or so was to start south and work our way north, but the guys convinced us that starting in Tofo was the way to go, so we re-routed our plans.
It was fun to meet our first crew of fellow travelers outside of our ...
... Only a few birds were noted on the journey, including Long-crested Eagle, Jackal & Common Buzzards and a couple of Amur Falcons.
Diner was taken at Abe's Restaurant in Graskop, where we had superb food and an amusing host.
Fact of the day. Marabou Storks have black legs. In hot conditions they defecate on their legs to turn them white to keep them cooler.
... of time! (Rox will call ******** on this!). I am just playing! The girls picked me up and we went straight back to Kaylee's house had a few drinks while I settled in and met Kyle (Kaylee's boyfriend) before we set out for a quality night at a little roadhouse place where I had the chance to meet a few of the girls friends and soak up some safa drinking culture. The next day after waking up from a few days of travel and three or four days of partying took a legitimate toll ...
... br> The waterfall looks at first glance as if there are branches trailing down behind it. That's actually tufa rock, formed by the action of the water on stone over hundreds of years.
For our next walk we got back in our bus and drove along the canyon to the spot where the Treur River (Sad River or River of Sorrow in Dutch) pours into the Blyde River (Happy River or River of Joy). Legend has it that a group ...