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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 ...
... part sugar-cane, and as one
could expect with this group, a large part set aside and managed
solely as pristine wildlife habitat. Many of these farms have been in
the same family for several generations and their knowledge of the
history of the area is extensive. As we would drive or walk they
would keep up a constant stream of information:
“Over here is where King Dingaan created a shrine of sorts to
contain his ...
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 ...
... other side. I was first through and both A and T laughed at my @rse being squished between the wires. But them it was their turn so they got their come-uppence. It was only a few metres to the water's edge and the 3 guys fishing and as soon as we said they couldn't fish there anymore, the long morning began. [some comments removed]We ended up having to get P to come down as backup and essentially while K is away, his word is final so they had to go (slowly though it was).
P, in ...
... brand spanking new anymore.
We have a storm coming through and are hoping for a bit of rain but it’s cooled down a fair bit which is nice. The rain will also put out a fire we’re keeping an eye on by the Northern Line – fingers crossed that New Years isn’t spent up there. We did hear that some Impala on the property are “dropping”, ie. having their lambs, which is a nice positive to end on. Hopefully I’ll get to see them soon ...