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... menu there are many choices and the choices are pancakes. They roll them up like a burrito and you can choose what you want inside them....We have time for some walking and shopping! Tomorrow we will drive to Kruger National Park. ...
... only feet away from us.
Next we visited a Wild Dog compound and they were chasing their leader round as he had a huge side of ribs. Here the Storks and Vultures were waiting patiently to get in on the act. A fantastic photo opportunity. After a refreshment accompanied by an ear-piercing Parrot we were on our way.
We headed off to the Abel Erasmus pass famed for being the only accessible and reliable site in Southern Africa for the very rare Taita Falcon. ...
... curios stalls, and with by UK standards a nominal entrance fee. With the river and falls in full flow it was a magnificent site and a geological masterpiece. Plenty of photos were taken with Mike, of course, making full use of his camera's capabilities of different exposures and shutter speeds. I managed some birding as well finding a very smart looking Cinnamon-breasted Bunting singing and showing well - another lifer for me. Back ...
... charming old mining town known as Pilgrim's Rest. If you ever visit this area, you should make this beautiful place one of your stops!
A second trip to the Melmoth area also kept me away from “home”.
I was so excited to be returning to the people and places that had
made such a positive impression on me the first time. This time,
instead of just a few days, we were able to spend almost a week and a
half helping the Melmoth ...
... Canyon, the worlds largest Green Canyon. We stopped at Gods Window lookout, and also hiked on a rainforest track to some other viewing points, enjoying some spectacular views.
Our accomodation for the night was in Graskop, on the embankment of a cliff face. Here, was home to a crazy attraction called 'The Big Swing'. Their motto here was 'Conquer your Fears' or otherwise translated into 'Risk Dying.' Nat and I enjoyed watching some stranger participate. It ...