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... of cake after this! Eventually we had arrived by the side literally of 3 white rhino a mother . 4 year old daughter and a 1 year old. White Rhino are quite rare but the black more so . Also they are not called white because of colour but rather because they were originally referred to as wide Rhino and in translation became white!! We were then told that the lions had been found so we set off in hot pursuit through some ...
... couple on their honeymoon, me and an Australian girl, Jodie. Being the only people on our own, Jodie and I are tent partners, and after a demonstration, we successfully erected our tent! The truck itself is very comfortable, with an IPod Dock, charging station, mini fridge, cool boxes and individual lockers. As it is my home for the next 24 days, this is all very lucky! It is also extremely tall, towering above everything else on the road. Picture to follow! The journey here was ...
5.15am wakeup for coffee and dunkers, then Colin our driver
set off with us on our morning safari drive. It turned out to be spectacular,
probably the best day of sightings of our trip! We found a high point about
half way through just to grab a cold drink and see the view, but for the rest
we were too busy watching animals.
Five lions came right up to us on the road, giraffes, eland
(antelope family that ...
... to watch the Zebra dust bathing one by one in a little hollow, even the youngsters trying to roll over.
Light was fading as we headed back to camp when we came across a couple of vehicles stopped at the side of the road. We pulled up and there was a family of 3 adult and 4 cub Hyenas. Clearly their den was under the road. They played and groomed only feet away from us unconcerned at the growing number of vehicles and ...
... at the face of the leopard as it was "outed" by the guinea fowl. We kept looking for the leopard in the very thick vegetation on our side of the road and then all of a sudden we began to hear the vervet monkeys on the other side of the road begin alerting. That sneaky leopard must have crossed the road behind us and was now hunting on that side of the road!
It was a very nice day indeed!