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My goals for this Southern Africa trip were primarily to get to know the people, to better understand the history and to experience the culture. I knew that Safaris would be part of this experience but I had no idea what to expect. What an amazing experience! I am so fortunate! Our delightful camp within Kruger National Park is called Mjejane, after an African chief. We began our first evening with a sunset drive across Crocodile River and further ...
Bed......and off, hoping to reach Barberton for lunch and Swaziland, but that's a long shot. Judith had a game walk in Kruger...early morning start at 5am. Met 0530 and got driven to an isolated spot in the bush. They had to Hang around until daylight as it's too dangerous to walk in the dark. A long, rambling 3.5 hour walk, stopping to look at anything interesting on the way. Saw elephant, rhino, black backed jackal, saddle billed stork, ...
... milkshake of the holiday which was to be the order of the day for Mark &Tracy to discover the best of the best milkshake in the Lowveld. Traveled about 150km for the day through some great scenic roads. Back home to have sundowner drinks and cheese & biscuits, eventually braaing Spatchcock chicken and cheese & tomato braaibroetjies for supper and potato salad that Tracy had whipped up to ensure we all ate our salads. By the time we decided to eat we only ate ...
... and Jenny leaving we had some games of pool- at which we seem to have gotten considerably worse at with not playing for a few days...if that was at all possible! They left about 1ish so we just chilled out for the rest of the day! We played pool with an American names Drew and an English guy Ryan. The game was called Killer where you have three lives and every time you miss a shot you loose a life. Plus another game where everyone picks a ball, unknown to everyone else and ...
... etc. Very few elephants nere and no cape buffalo to be seen. It was so odd to drive along in our little Budget rent a car with rhino gazing 20 feet away. Totally new and wonderful experience. But I must say nothing will match the elephants wandering around our vehicle in Madikwe. The complex we stayed in was huge. Mostly catering to campers we stayed in one of five tented camps. Hot as ...