Mont Fleur - Wilderness
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A really early start on what was going to be the last game drives in Africa. We arrived at Addo just before 6am and were herded onto a large safari vehicle for a 2 hour game drive. It was a packed drive in which we saw a tremendous variety of animal, we started by running into a large family of elephants, then 2 sleeping male lions, buffalo, cudu, jackals, buzzards, springbok and another large pack ...
... rest of Africa better lends itself to "roughing it", where camping on the side of the road and riding on the back of a motobike is an everyday occurrence.
It was also in this guide that I stumbled across the pretty impressive Baz Bus. The Baz Bus is an amazing little bus that runs a hop-on and hop-off system for travelers that are traveling anywhere from Johannesburg to Cape Town. There are defined schedules with designated pickup times ...
... bars that seperated us from her. We had a drink outside, met some of the locals, had a few laughs of course and left for our walk around...
Freddie knew everyone. I of course being me, asked if we could "please go inside one of the houses!" We did. We were able to meet one of his friends who was in the process of dying her hair but allowed us to come inside her home. Small, simple home...kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. We looked ...
... and the world famous elephant, bird and monkey sanctuaries. By the way, Sue has seemingly beaten her McFlurry addiction but it has been replaced with Rusks. Ouma Rusks are widely available in SA and basically are similar to Eukanuba dog biscuits. She has bought the low fat variety but she has been buying them in half kilo boxes. She is averaging a box every 2-3 days. There is a saying here in Africa. Never stand between a hippo and the water. I can say the same about Sue and ...
... The roons were pretty basic but they were brand new buildings and kept immaculate byt the adoptive mammys who looked after then. These women were told that they had to commit to being a mother to 6 kids each until they were at University age ( a big commitment).
we then went to the school next door where the kids were all out on their lunch break. we went in to talk to one of the teachers who said they were learning about 'opposites' ...