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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... 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 ...
... comes from. He also said that many people mistakenly call it the Amarula tree - that won't be us, now that we know!
It was an hour or so before we got back to the lodge. No problem ...
... there was no way the safari vehicle would've been able to 'outrun' it! While we sat watching, the rhino decided to pee (it was practically a waterfall-like episode), poo and generally mark its territory. I remember thinking that this is a very well hydrated rhino - we should all aim for crystal clear pee like that.
This wonderful park in the NE corner of South Africa is famous for safaris and for allowing people to see "The Big 5." I had no idea what that meant until I got here. Apparently, hunters came up with this list for bragging rights if you killed them. They're 5 animals that are maybe harder to kill. Nowadays, it's bragging rights for tourists like us if you see them. They're the African Elephant, Cape (water) Buffalo, Lion, Rhino, and ...
... him to lose faith in tourists!
Then of course we went to sleep in our children's play tent. It felt like we were living the South African equality gap (not).
Day 5- Leaving Kruger
It's like a giant dorm where everyone gets up at different times. I don't know why because you can't physically leave until 6am so I don't understand quite how or why people get up before 5am. People are quite disrespectful and inconsiderate here (much like in many dorms) ...