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Travel Blogs from Mkuze
... Words just cant describe how amazing it was, not far away a mother warthog and her babies wandered which must have made the baby cheetah a little worried and they started squeaking at their mum who started to move on an as we turned in the jeep Glenn points to a Rhino mum with her baby following closely. We had a laugh feeling like we had interrupted an African "mums and bub's" session :)
The Sun had come up and the day was amazing with all the ...
... each other and even pushing each other under the water, finally one headed out and as we continued to watch the other 2 play I suddenly noticed the other elephant headed out the trees, straight towards us!!! The driver told us all to sit down quickly and quietly as this magnificent animal just walked straight towards us, when it was about 2 metres away the driver rolled the jeep back and the elephant happily strode past the jeep to the trees on the other side of the ...
... if to say, “Hell no, you aren’t passing. This is MY turf”. They stopped in their tracks, and lay down in front of him. We laughed and the warthog gain some more respect in our eyes. He then eyed us, determined that we were too far away, and snorted again at the fence. Quite comical he was.
The dogs have decided that we are fun to play with too. I don’t mean they come up to the buckie. But rather they run in one direction, see if ...
... reserves and give them facts about different animals. While dancing, they tend to take off their shirts, pick up and carry around girls, and have a general merry good time. Most don’t seem to smart, so it is amusing to watch the show from afar. All but me and the Swiss woman dance. I hate dancing unless I am feeling 150% confident as well as super happy. Given my current status and location, yeah, dancing ain’t happenin’-which doesn’t make me seem ...
My head is overflowing with beautiful
images and landscapes. I feel almost suffocated by how much stunning
I have seen in such a short time, perhaps because none of it was
expected. You know how the best movies are the ones with no hype?
Or the best parties are the ones that aren't planned? The past few
days fall into that category and I am awestruck. Let me start from
Remember how I said that we ...