Utopia in Africa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... passengers stop at a waterfall for refreshments. Easy to drive semi-automatic 250cc quad bikes, suitable for novice and experienced drivers. Drivers must be older than 16 years.
Rates: 1 hour: R410/bike + R140/passenger ...
... 8217;ll get to that later.
Where was I?
Oh yeah. So we were in Nelspruit waiting for a cab. And waiting. And waiting. It was getting darker and the shuttle had left and it seemed like the cab was taking way longer than it should have. But I had no ill feeling about this. It didn’t seem “wrong”. I told myself that there must be a reason for us being there at that moment. ...
... upon thousands of ghost crabs that scurried ahead as far as the eye could see. Another brought us along a rocky shore line where we found great tide pools with eels and other unidentifiable little fish. Huge waves crashed against the volcanic stone keeping us on our toes for the possibility of a rogue wave. On our third day we drove 75 kms to the Hluhluwe-Imofolozi Park. On check in, the clerk wondered if we could speak any Zulu! Welcome to Zulu ...
... time to go. Fun times!
Tim’s next adventure was to go kloofing with his pal Jono down ‘Suicide Gorge’ (fortunately there were no deaths). Kloofing basically means cliff jumping and scrambling down a canyon in the middle of nowhere for 5 hours and then when you get out there’s no path marked and you have to go on a 20 minute meander up another canyon to try and find it. Amazing day though full of boiling sun, freezing ...
... and not providing the best photo op.) We did get some head shots of a lazy rhino laying down near the road and a Giant Kingfisher bird on the side of the bridge over the Sabi River just outside of the camp. But that was about it, so we came back into camp for a "tea break", pit stop, and to wait out the drizzle.
About 8:30am, we started to see some sun and elected to hit the road again. The animals seemed to enjoy the sun also and began to appear and feed. ...