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... distance which was great. We then proceeded to follow the elephant, seeing it turn and run at a ute in front. He rammed the tree, more of a 'stop' than a 'I want to take you down.' We were all left greatly amused and it was great to see an elephant charge. Although I'm sure the ute in front wasn't as excited.
The food here is great, with ...
... doubt that happens to him often. He knows the lions and has been around them for years, we got awesome videos and pictures of the lions. Them trackers are brave to go into the bush with a sling shot, kinda like david and Goliath. Next day looked for the lions, but they fled into kruger during the night. We did find a old male and a young male leopard, had seen a female traveling alone the day before, The guide said it had been years ...
- Puff Adder
- Black Mamba
... when the guides seemed to be on alert, talking to each
other, one would walk off, whistle and we would move on and then one of
the guides was down in a kneeling position, with his gun cocked. They
were on the alert for lions but I guess, I am glad we did not have a
close encounter with one!
We did stop and have a bite to eat, cheese, biltong, crackers, and digestives with a variety of
Then on we went. We were able to ...
... international status' when apartheid laws were changed to allow hotels and resorts to become multiracial. (Bannister, Anthony & Brendan Ryan, Die Nasionale Parke van Suid-Afrika, page 14. Struik, 1993) Salitje (talk)
00:35, 16 June 2010 (UTC)
We had also talked to a farmer and his wife at the cooking area and after dinner walked over to his campsite and had a very nice chat about their life on the farm and the crops they grew and life in general.