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... of everyone else :) searching the bush we finally came upon what was causing all the hoohaa. A juvenile leopard hiding in the bushes. This one was particularly shy and the only glimpse I got was a patch of spots move from one clump of grass to another. It still counts though! With sunset fat approaching we made haste to the gates before we were shut in. The rest of the journey made peacefully in the dark, one thing My Darling was really good at was putting you to sleep. Waking when ...
... bible to emulate, whose life was one you yourself would have liked to live, and then pray God grants you the wisdom to understand how they attained the life they did. I am able to see the beauty around me, but I can appreciate it over and over again because I know the artist!
I will leave you with the verses God left with me before our Kruger Safari
Psalm 8: 4-8:
"What is man that you are mindful of him, the ...
... and so when we took off from there, we got behind a very slow moving vehicle. The speed limit on dirt roads is 40 kmh and so I decided to pass this vehicle at Robert's approval. Got around this vehicle and suddenly, there is something Robert sees that he wants to check out. Stop and start to reverse and off course, gears get confused and the car we had roared around stops in the middle of the road blocking us. ...
... the Pinnacle for a photo of the impressive skyscraperlike rock. Next was God's Window with apparently amazing views. Ane told me that on a clear day you could see Mozambique, but I am not sure we could and even if we did I'm not sure we would know we had. Whilst at God's Window we walked up numerous steps to an actual rain forest where you might spot rare birds. Unfortunately a coach load of African teenagers had beat us to it resulting in us hardly being able to move, see or hear ...
... now though that I realise how lucky I was when I was 15 to go to the Masai Mara and see lions ~10m from the car more or less as soon as we drove into the park. Annoyingly my favourite animals are the most illusive and inconspicuous, so one of my dreams is to still see a leopard in the wild. But a brilliant 4 days and a great way to end our time in Africa which was made even better by spending our last evening meal out with Louis and Sias and being escorted to the airport in the morning by ...
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