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... tea at 9-9.45 at cafe/shop. Bought Kruger info book. Ate my muffin and pear. Yellow billed Hornbill (he's the one in Lion King who was advisor to one of the Lions, can't remember which one). Ticked animals that I'd seem today from the list in the book. Lunch at Skuksa 12.45 for an hour. Big shop but all touristy stuff. I sat in outdoor area of restaurant and had African beef stew, nice but not heated through, sat overlooking Sabie ...
Here we are on the outskirts of Kruger National Park, after a five-hour drive. E was fine, despite our misgivings - he slept in his car seat for a couple of hours in the morning, played in a fabulous baby room and had a nappy change at the most kiddy-friendly roadhouse I've ever seen, and then slept for another ...
We'd worried that the younger members of the party might begin to tire of looking for wildlife, but far from it, their enthusiasm is undimmed. It's all been startlingly pleasant.........sitting in Landy, driving in circles for hour on hour, occasionally spotting the local equivalent of a sheep or cow. Sightings are sporadic - such is the nature of the beasts - but with Will 'Magic Eyes' J-B on board, we're spotting loads. As the sun was getting ready to ...
... Falls, the Three Rondawels, and Bourke’s Luck Potholes. The Potholes were spectacular. We ended up going through Hazyview by mistake on the way back to Oliver’s. Didn’t follow what the GPS was saying. Spent almost 8 hours touring along the 120 mile route. Tonight we had Kudu and salmon for dinner at Olivers.
... lovers). Today was spent exploring the amazing scenery in this area. We checked out Wonder View, God's Window, The Pinnacle, Bourke's Luck Potholes, Lowveld View then The Three Rondavels.
This gave us an amazing perspective of the Canyon, with some enviable photo opportunities. Given that it was Private School holidays, it was remarkably quiet. Bourke's Luck Potholes were a remarkable place. Apparently some Irish bloke named Bourke figured ...