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... the first time in my life that I have been in a casino without gambling . The group leader(who wears safari garb including hat) says we will have No INTERNET at all while we are at Kruger National park for the next 4 days. I guess I will actually have to talk to other people. This might be a new thing to try. Will try to post when we get to Cape town. !'!!!!!!!!!!!!!UPDATE!!'!!!!!!!!!!!! Plenty of Internet at Kruger. Will be posting ...
... a leopard behind the trees, two rhinos close up on the road, several elephants and a few cranky Cape Buffaloes. According to Wikipedia (so it must be true!) the Big 5 are so called because they are the 5 hardest animals for hunters to kill. Leopards because they are hard to find, buffaloes because they are so deadly - killing the most people out of the Big 5 etc. Although not in the Big 5 we also saw Wild dogs which are endangered, as well as the usual ...
... in the beach and enjoy the lovely sunshine.
The girls have captured the hearts of guests and staff alike and as we walk around we or rather the girls are greeted by name and a happy jumbo is chanted. Layla takes a moment to relax on the sun deck chair next to the pool and promptly falls into a deep sleep in the shade oblivious to everything going on around her. Madi although in disagreement swims with her arm bands on and literally spends almost the whole day in the pool. At times ...
... felt a little redeemed by this exhibition as we hadn’t been able to go to Robben Island.
We spent 3 days in Johannesburg and although we enjoyed it, we didn’t feel completely comfortable or safe so were glad in some ways to leave.
It was sad to be saying goodbye to Africa, as our African adventure had come to an end, 73 days on an overland truck, there had been lots of laughs, tears and sometimes fear at what we had seen and done. ...
... at the mountains to imprint them on my mind as I do not know if and when I will ever see them again.
We returned via Ixopo where I once had a job on a farm at Imhlavini as PA/Housekeeper/cook etc etc. As we passed the turn off to the farm I remembered some of the experiences I had whilst working there - getting up at 7am to collect the eggs from the barn which housed ex race horses. They would try and bite me as I ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTamboti Camp Kruger National Park
Bellissimo! Una notte in questa tenda di lusso con tutti i comfort, ci siamo rilassati e abbiamo fatto una bellissima escursione.
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