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... being overturned if they get angry. At one stage we were a bit close to a mother with a calf. She stopped and looked at us as if saying: if you come closer I will put you upside down as well.
Yesterday we stayed at an unusual place. The hostel is in a place which used to be a game park .The park was not making a profit so they closed it and slowly people moved in to live there . The dangerous animals were moved out and the rest just stayed there. The owner of ...
... of nowhere in Africa, and our guides had never had anything like this happen before. We talked to the guard at the gate and he told us that we could get some stitches at a station inside Kruger. Dianne was feeling fine, nothing had really started to hurt yet so we decided to keep going until we found the station. The guides pointed out some wildlife on the way down, and things kind of went back to normal. We knew the place we were headed would ...
... one of Jan's telephoto lenses, his driving, and his expert spotting skills, I had a photographic heyday. We saw a pair of white rhinos, two birds interacting on a branch, an elephant, many impala, warthogs, a somewhat rare black rhino, the African grey hornbill, a hippo, a white-crowned wattled lapwing, a zebra, a lilac-breasted roller, a tree full of vultures, a blackbacked jackal, a moorhen (possibly) a southern ...
... white clouds, savannah, and a lone tree. Can't wait to get the pictures uploaded! We also spotted a lone rhino, and was (finally!) able to get a good picture to prove we had actually seen one. And as we approached the park gates, we passed a couple huge herds of impala and wildebeest. What a great end to a great few days!! We took bets as to what the last animals we'd see was, and of course, as we exited the park, there were a few impala standing in the ...
... gostang or something and then to Bryde valley I think....3rd biggest canyon in the world....was so amazing. The views were stunning. South Africa is so green and beautiful it makes a nice change from morocco, Dubai and Zambia desert land!!! The woman guide, I think it's Claudia, gave us loads of history on the bus about south af which was cool, the bushmen and the Dutch coming and why the Africarns hate the English etc....all very interesting, about the Zulus and different ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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