Tshukudu Game Lodge
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... become the leader. We didn't stay to the end of the fight but it was so interesting. We also saw a long foot wide track on the road. It was made by a rock python!! They are apparently gigantic. I was freaking out as I was told that since it is winter here it is too cold for them to come out. I instantly began thinking of all my behind the tree pee breaks since starting safari- not sure I'll be able to do that ...
... upon our departure from the hide. We had never seen so many elephants at the same time and they were all around us. A few young males were looking for a fight. getting a little too close for comfort. Luckily, Lucie and I picked up a trick on our night drive. We clapped our hands several times really loudly to scare it away and it was instant. Thank ...
... for the “dugger boys” and finally found the in a small clearing. It was like we drove into an outhouse! Gosh it stunk really, really badly. We got pretty close to them. The hippos were pretty much in the same spot as usual whenever we drove by the hippo pool where the overnight hide is located. Johan’s Red Crested Korhaan gave us one last performance before we headed back to camp and our last banging of the drum and Maleta saying, ...
... six hyenas and a genet. I had stayed back because of uneven surfaces and missed out on the action.
We decided to go to bed and were drifting off when Jerry came to the tent and said the hyenas has killed a bushbuck right outside the fence and you could hear the bones being crunched as they feasted. Robert got dressed and went and watched for awhile. Evidently something startled the hyena because it quickly ran off from the animal they were eating on.
... in the bush. Our final time was spent assisting with giraffe capture and relocation, local game safaris and a tour of the surrounding towns and blyde river canyon. Wow what a stark contrast between the various environments and between the social structures. We were shown where majoroty of the poachers come from and were enlightened as to why they do what they do. It is so easy to judge these people and label them as criminal but in fact they ...