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... vehicle to accommodate everyone so we splint into two groups, going different routes. Spotlights on the go we trundled through sunset into the darkness of Kruger. If spotting wildlife through the thick scrub is hard during the day try doing it at night with only headlights and two spotlights. We did not go completely unrewarded. One of the first creatures to be caught in our spotlight was a small fox like animal called a Janet. Very cute with its little pointy ears and bushy ...
... so remote (or else a reflection on our school system's ability to teach geography), some people did not even know where or what Swaziland was. If you are still confused, I can confidently tell you that I am not just slurring Switzerland, but it is indeed its own country. It takes a simple drive across the country to quickly realize its beauty, both in its peaceful people as well as its rolling hills and exotic game parks. To look at ...
... a wolf. (What does that mean?) From there we saw some buffalo along the road and then two klipspringer in the rocks. We were very happy to see them because we had not seen any on this trip.
Then a rhino along the side of the road and then a mother and baby hippo heading into the river past a very large crocodile. We were quite amazed because they seemed to close to the crocodile but all was well and ...
... sort of laughed. After breakfast we went to check out with Dave's wife who we met for the 1st time. Horror of horrors was a very large lady. On to the Spar shop to stock up on provisions, cheese, crackers and more wine. It was then into Kruger National Park entering through the Phalaborwa Gate. We drove along H9, a long straight tarmac road, to Letaba camp, where we stopped for a coke. En-route we saw impala, elephant, kudu and Burchell's zebra. Jackie asked if the elephants were ...
... didn't see any leopards or cheetas, but we did see two pairs of male lions heading out for their nightly hunt. The most exciting part of the evening was being charged by a herd of 20 + elephants. It was like the movies and surreal. I did my best to video it.
We headed straight to dinner then headed back to our vehicle to sleep since we have to be up by 3:30 a.m. for a 4:30 a.m. Sunrise Drive. I can't believe we're doing this again...