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... big 5 on the front. Pleasant drive back to Graskop. Petro and Johan had invited the people who looked after their pets while away for dinner, we had a lovely broccoli and cauliflower soup with their special donut like things they fry, beautiful dinner Following dinner we went through the photos that had been taken while we were at Kruger - there are some beauties amongst ...
... animal. Further down the same road we spotted 2 Rhinoceros just laying side by side in a field about 50 yards from us. Even though they didn't move much while we were watching, they were a great thing to see. Later, as we were driving and a large Elephant was walking down the road towards us. The driver became very nervous and started backing away as the Elephant was coming towards us. He said that it ...
... am writing this I am having trouble remembering everything as we saw so much -Hippos peaking out from their watery paradise -Buffalo -Warthogs -Steenboks -Ryan was startled by a Steenbok (very, very small deer-like animal) as he was positive it was a lion running right for him -Incredible African landscapes There is nothing like seeing this animals in the wild. I have to pinch myself as I cannot believe what we are seeing. It is ...
... by the Dutch to get away from British. Saw woman holding dead chicken upside down. Mico hardware looks the same as Mitre 10 (colour and symbol) Went through Dullstrom, quaint Dutch village. 2 cranes in paddock. Town of Mashishing was a trading town. Lots of hitchhikers. Went past a chrome mine Now 1778 m above sea level. Town of Pilgrims rest, Brian let me do some shopping. Then had lunch at cafe, Mac Mac - Spicy mince in pancake with ...
... to meet up together. The jeep was a specially built Land Rover designed for safari expeditions. James had no qualms about turning off of the dirt roads and driving straight into or directly over the bush, or perhaps down a somewhat dried up river bed, in order to follow the tracks or ambling of an animal. In most cases, the animals were not bothered by the vehicles at all. We could park within 20 feet or so of them, and they would often just sit and look at us, ...