Actually, more about our habitat. We stayed a few kilometers north of the build site at a place called Honey Pot, in cabin #15:
It was pretty deluxe, with two bedrooms and a 4-bed loft, a shower with near-firehose pressure, and its own screened-in braai area (S. African word for barbeque) where we grilled massive amounts of meat, purchased at an amazing butcher shop in Komatipoort, near Kruger, last week. When we asked for a match to light the charcoal we had brought, the management sent a guy with a shovelful of burning coals.
The screens (and obligatory bednets) were necessary because of mosquitoes; the owner, a South African of course, put up some Burma-Shave-style signage:
So far we have not been plagued by mozzys.
The people staying in smaller cabins, or camping in their own tents, had to shower here:
When not at Honey Pot (where really the only disconcerting thing was the guards wandering around with sketchy-looking machine guns slung from their shoulders on lengths of twine) we hung out at Xai Xai beach and ate local oysters purchased from a man who opened one for us with his trusty machete. Photos of that will have to wait until Internet connection is better.