Shushu 2015 – Trip Report
Thanks to all who came out to Shushu and enjoyed the natural “load shedding” in the African bushveld.
Some nights were a little colder than others but thanks to the abundance of fire wood we were all sorted and if that wasn’t enough there were some liquid substitutes to warm you up from the inside.
The hot water pools were also superb with a lovely aroma of sulphur just to give you the kick that lets you know you are in the bush and with no civilization around so it’s time to let your hair down and relax.
There was also some awesome 4×4 driving to be done along the banks of the Tugela river with all sorts of terrain sand, rock………
One of the sights to see is the Giant fig tree where if you wanted you could park a 4×4 in the centre and use it as a garage with a couple of leaks in the roof but only if it rained.
We were also off to the presidential headquarters “Nkandla” to see Mr Zuma’s residence which is quite a piece of work to say the least.
We were there for a short while and snapped a couple of quick shots and ducked before we might see some blue lights coming for us over the hills.
In all it was a great relaxed weekend and hope to see all there next year.