- Mar 7, 2015
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- Life Member of DSC, NRA and SCI
- Botswana, Cameroon, CAR, Ethiopia, Namibia, RSA, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Zambia. US, Canada, Arctic, Mexico, Argentina, Spain, Portugal, U.K., Romania, Tadjikistan, Nepal, China, Australia and New Zealand
Grant and I arrived OR Tambo at 1 and got him checked in with Air France for the flight home. When you are 6 hours early, there is no queue!
This next leg of my trip would be spending a week with Ian Van de Vyver of VDV Safaris in search of Suni and Natal Red Duiker as well as some small cats. I texted Ian that Grant and I were eating lunch at the Spur in the airport and he was there a few minutes later. We finished up lunch, saw Grant through customs and headed out for Natal. We had a 6 hour drive up to Hluhluwe and stayed in a camp right near Zulu Nyala. The roads were good and traffic not so bad as it is a national holiday. We were at the bar by half past eight and after a couple of Bains on the rocks we turned in early. Tomorrow morning we'll be up at first light to shoot the rifles and begin our search for Suni.
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