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Travel Blogs from Phalaborwa
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... us where they had just seen some lions. So off we raced and found the place where there were two lions that were visible and did some moving about. We watched them for awhile and then moved on.
We were driving along and Robert suddenly had me stop and there was a pearl spotted owl in the tree just sitting there. We had a enjoyable time watching it and then headed on down the road and saw some more ...
... five days. It is now 20:45 in Phalaborwa but for Francois and I, it is 22:45. I am really tired, good night to all and as soon as we have internet I will post my entries. I do not think I will have time in the morning as we are heading into Kruger National ...
... elephant came up so close to the car, less than five feet. Sean, our guide said, "No sudden movements, you can take pictures, just no flash." He said it calmly but you knew he was serious. I was taking pictures and looking through the view finder so I thought the elephant was a bit further away. When I looked up and saw this huge animals standing within touching reach I was a bit startled. My daughter was very uncomfortable with the situation. It really was too close for ...
... Kashmir. Back at the car I had a eureka moment and realised that in fact I had damaged the boot with my hands when I had tried to force it shut earlier. I actually feel relieved that I have solved the mystery of now Dented Daisy! We then drove on towards Phalaborwa passing many fenced private game reserves on either side of the road. We saw some small Dik Diks, then Jackie jokingly said that she had seen a Giraffe. After admonishing Jackie for making such silly claims, particularly ...
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