Meeting an Elephant
There are perks to having a job, not the least of which is getting some cash to have some fun with it. My friends and I headed up to Hluhluwe for a couple of days to see some wildlife and chill out in the bush. On our way up, things got interesting:
Road tripping up the coast with the boys. Somebody put in a classics CD mix. Somebody save me. Ok, I won’t lie, we’re singing along loudly.
— Marc Williams (@Srizzil) April 26, 2014
Our golf clubs and roof racks have flown off the car roof and come to a rest on the side of the highway. Most likely to escape the singing. — Marc Williams (@Srizzil) April 26, 2014
The miraculous thing was that the roof racks managed to cross the freeway and land on the other side without being too badly damaged and without any other cars hitting them.
The place we stayed in was great, the rooms were nice, it had a pool, free wi-fi, a driving range, golf course – which we took a jog around one day – filled with buck, and a large game reserve near by filled with amazing animals.
Sometimes we forget that we are very privileged to live in such a beautiful country with these amazing animals so close to us. This trip reminded me once again why it’s great to be South African.