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... view, we went back down through the resort complex to another trail that led to the Tufa Waterfall. The trail was short but very rough, and there were a few places where you had to scramble over some pretty big rocks. We were all having trouble climbing with our bad knees, and Maggie almost turned back at one point, until Heidi came along in the nick of time and provided that all-important motivation.
... and chat with the locals and have a beer. Mark decides to buy a T-shirt and we have been told we can use our credit card. We can’t so it is quite lucky that we didn’t order food. We end up trading our 20,000 Kwacha note from Zambia (it is worth about 5 Aussie dollars) as hey collect notes from around the world.
Dinner is eventually at a nice little pub in Graskop, a former train ...
... day chilling out at Tremisana Lodge on the Balule reserve before heading out for another sunset drive. We managed to find the cheetah again, and also found a hippo in a nearby watering hole.
On Thursday I had my final day game viewing in the Kruger National Park. I had one aim for this day - I wanted to see lions in the wild. I wasn't disappointed. In the afternoon we found a trio of lionesses lying in the grass. In our excitement we startled ...
... noise that reminded me of a truck backing up... beeeeeeeep..... beeeeeeep........beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeep... That my dear friends drove me absolutely insane which sparked an irrational rage and blood lust that would only be quenched by this damn bat!!! So like a stupid tourist I was running around with a flash light for an hour chasing the bat from tree to tree as far away from our tent as I could... Only to have him return and keep on beeping. Eventually around midnight or one, ...