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... Falls which was up a lovely walk through wooded area after we had parked at the entrance to the falls. We were at the bottom where the pool is. There was plenty of spray, which was nice and cooling and beautiful.
Back on the road we drove past the turn off to our next sleeping place, Zur Alten Mine resort, and then through Graskop to the Gods Window place. This is where we got views of the Blyde River canyon cliff drop, quite some drop! We luckily got there before ...
... overly impressive and once again had pretty limited access. I was disappointed, but I knew the view I had seen in photos and was confident that the fame of the canyon was not from this southern crop of lookouts.
I pushed the guys to move quickly north, skipping the next few vantage points and racing the sun until we got to the last one on the map. Off the highway and through the park entry gate, ...
... by the flow of the water. In the surrounding area we saw quite a few Baboons, Vervet Monkeys, Duikers and lots of few birds. The highlight for some were a group of 4 baby baboons frolicking in a low bush. The last lookout for the day was the Three Rondevals, huge rock formations in the form of traditional grass huts. Timing was perfect, with the afternoon light making ...
... Black Duck and a White-breasted Cormorant were the only aquatic birds I found. Ann spotted a Hoopoe and I managed some distant photos of Familiar Chat and African Pied Wagtail.
We returned to Graskop for 5pm and collected some supplies. With just a little light left I had another look around near the cottage and added African Palm Swift and Cape Batis to the bird list. The weather seemed promising for a better day tomorrow.
Dinner consisted of a braai in the ...
... rooms! Left this morning for Petroria - another long drive of 380 km or so. Thought we were being clever and chose a shorter route to join the motorway (65km rather than 93km), but Google Maps obviously knew something we didn't! It was the worst road for potholes we've driven in SA - some of them the size of a small bath! Never had we been so pleased to see the ...