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... in the middle of the bush. While quite far away from the pool and bar, each tent had it’s own concrete base to pitch on. Quite a contrast to the sand and grass we’ve had so far!
We woke up the next day excited by the prospect of an eventful last day of safari. To our surprise, the Park was completely dead! It was as if all the animals had taken a day off - there was nothing to see at all! We continued ...
... midday and almost as soon as we had passed the park gates the day became really exciting. We started to see animals all around us and by the time we had reached a waterhole just a few hundred yards into the park we had already seen lots of springboks, wildebeests, giraffes, oryxes, impalas and kudu.
We made use of a campsite for our lunch break and whilst Blessed and Mbusi cooked us beefburgers we walked to another ...
... had become dark and the lanterns were at their peak prettiness (with the left over take away bags proving more effective than the specially bought white paper bags and also advertising Seers burgers in the middle of the African Bush) and also when Joe was making serious headway into the litre bottle of rum he was to drink that night in celebration, he was eventually appreciative and had a nice ...
... br> we sat for some time watching the interplay between 60 elephants - the babies are so cute & other young ones wrestling, watched over by the ever patient mothers. A couple of them came very close & gave us the eyeball !
We watched giraffe at Kalkeuwel & marvelled as they splayed their legs to reach the water to drink. Giraffe yoga :)
Driving the Okerfontein circuit, ...