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... 8217;t like this since it seemed they had the best view, plus I don’t like seeing another vehicle in from of me I prefer to see the open natural surroundings without man-made stuff. Talking about man-made, we saw a number of windmills. I just assumed they were fairly new since we in the USA are just starting to use them. But Sean said they are many years old-they don’t take them down since many birds have built their nests in ...
Jerry Hey and the Hyena
"There's nothing out there " -- except that on
the morning this shot was taken our friend Jerry, as boys often will,
stepped out to take an early morning pee.
It was still just before dawn
but he heard footsteps in the leaves and as he later
explained he sleepily thought it was Robert come to join him.
looked over his shoulder and low and behold OMG there was a hyena! Ack.
Kruger National Park stretches almost 350 kilometres along the Mozambique border and boasts some 147 mammal species, 507 bird species, 116 reptile species, 336 tree species, 34 amphibian species and 49 species of fish. Lukimbi overlooks the Lwakhale River and is one of several private concessions within Kruger National Park with access restricted to lodge guests only.
While we had ...
... bush until they were comfortable with our presence and we got a good view of them.
As we toured around we saw Giraffes and Zebras but we didn't really stop to take pictures, we were on a "big 5 game drive" the clue is in the name. We were on a mission to see the "Big 5" and that was that.
We saw some more Rhinos at a watering hole in the distance but given we'd already seen some we carried on looking for Lions, Elephants ...
I write this now in Kruger Park. It's our third day.
Today has been an awesome Safari day and we've had many great animal sightings from Elephant Herds, to a great male lion up close and personal.
I'm about to head off for a night safari, and tomorrow, we head to Swaziland.
I've already ...