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... I went on a 1hr walking safari whilst Carol stayed back. The walking safari is mainly to see the smaller things; grass, flowers, dung, footprints etc. Had a great lunch and then afternoon tea before the game drive at 4:30pm. Saw lion, leopard etc... huge thunderstorms as ...
... and lots of pine tree forests- the Lonely Planet said it would be like being back in Canada but with the rocks on the hills it was actually more like Scotland. There were a few lookouts so we snapped some good photos (although the speed on this computer will not allow them to be attached).
We stopped in Sabie for lunch- the trend here is pancakes- savory or sweet- so we had one and it was pretty good. Just to be mean I had a ...
Sabie (sah-bee) is town west of Kruger Park, known for the surrounding areas amazing natural beauty and scenic overlooks. It's also the place where Art and I met up for a few days of traveling together, as well as a Kruger hiking safari!
Sabie the town isn't very interesting, but there were a few funny moments:
1) at a pancake house, a biker gang (Harley's, leather club jackets, etc.) enter the restaurant and immediately order...tea and ...
... to get the safe open to which I owe him a debt of gratitude.) It was a bit of a shame because I was finally starting to enjoy it down there but I'm also fully aware that it wont remain that way so the end result hopefully would be better this way. Especially with a "cracked wrist", there's no way I could drive a quad so I would be getting cabin fever never being able to leave the Station, up at the Main House, at least I could get a daily trip in the bakkie.
And so we headed ...
... about half a dozen four month old cubs. They were wide awake as it was early morn and watching them at play was priceless. There were several lionesses in the group and one about 11 yr old large lion, looking a bit ragged. The sad fact that the ranger told us was that these cubs will very likely not survive. They looked so beautiful and healthy, we were shocked to hear this. Our ranger told us that the ...