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... along the way. We watched Two herds of zebra and some tsessebes for a while.When Doug turned off the main road towards Punda Maria Camp, there were some huge rocky outcrops and there were so many more baobab trees. We arrived at the Punda Maria Camp and were somewhat disappointed with our accommodation. The rooms are old and although Doug said they had been done up beautifully, we are not convinced. There are two ...
... seemingly got bored and ambled gracefully down the rocks and walked right past in front of us!! We could hardly believe it. She didn't even deign to throw us a glance, she just walked on by. She was stunning.
We then chanced upon another rhino. This time we got even closer than yesterday! As we drove on we came upon a herd of elephants. We didn't go too near as the male made it abundantly clear to us to stay away. ...
... normal;">Next bit of excitement was a herd of elephants. There were babies around so the mother was being pretty protective - flapping ears and trumpeting in warning so we didn't get too close. There was another large herd in a dry river bed. Once again, with Ronnie's directions, Pravir manoeuvred our vehicle down a grassy slope - it was a steep slope and I hoped we wouldn't tip over - which would've effectively ended this holiday on Day 2!
... We were barely 10 feet away. We spent a fair bit of time watching this magnificent cat loll, totally unperturbed by our nearby presence. She seemed to be bothered only by some flies which she flicked away with her tail, getting increasingly irritated. Pravir said she probably hadn't eaten yet as she would be breathing a lot more heavily if this was post-prandial. Maybe she was saving it for later.
Had a glitch on TravelPod so there's a couple of blogs coming at the same time...
We bid farewell to Capetown and arrived at Capetown International Airport for our flight to Nespuit, the entry to the region where we were to have our first taste of safari - African style.
The airport check in all went well UNTIL.... after coming through security and walking to our gate, Eoin discovered that he didn't have his wallet. Not saying ...