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... lion hunt! Keith assured us he would not get side tracked but there was an abundance of giraffe about which needed to be seen and then we found about 11 elephants by one of the water holes . They really were magnificent! Mother was getting a bit worried as she really wanted to have fun with a lion! Our Keith set off to the spot where the lions had been seen that morning but they had gone so now we had to track them ! Roger ...
... an area with banana trees as far as the eye could see. There were fields and fields of them, each containing hundreds of thousands of bananas. Tomorrow we get up at 4:45 to make our way into the Kruger for a full day game drive. This is another logistical nightmare, as it will start off freezing cold, but quickly rise to around 30*C. It is extremely hot here now, and in the Kruger it will be even hotter, as there will be little shade. (Yes, mother, I will be wearing hat/cream etc...) ...
... got to witness his brilliance on the last day when our group made a quilt. Andrew has quick wit and keen knowledge of birds, his specialty when painting. Andrew is a gentle person who is genuine, smart and talented.
Dr. Oliver Ragg—Olly, as he prefers to be called is a cheery old bloke (I just wanted to use that word!), not really that old, HA! He is a riot, after you get to know him. Olly has a PhD in physics and engineering and according to him “spent far too long ...
We continued our morning drive, kind of heading back towards the lodge as the morning was getting along and the sun started to raise higher in the sky. We then discovered three rhinos munching on the course grass and trees of the African bush. These rhinos are protected but crazy ******* poachers actively hunt and kill rhinos then chop off their two front horns and sell to them to Chinse, Maylay and Korean animal terrorits who sell ...
... did we get there in time! It was such a powerful image of the African bush. At the one little dam there were baboons, crocodiles, buck, hippos, elephants and so many birds. The one bull was having a great time with the mud and playing around in the water. There was a younger bull as well but he was not too impressed with the hippos napping on the shore and promptly chased them off.
I was feeling sad that I had to leave this amazing place. The bush ...