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We had seen the Cheetah and Leopard at Duesternbrook. While these were not as well kept as the ones we saw today it is probable that the previous Cheetah and Leopard were much more in their natural surround. These guys we saw today are all donations (mothers killed, found as orphans or injured, never to be released)
We had seen the ...
... English and German) and the 2 Guides Pumi & Marius
As we were only going around the Cape Peninsular on the first day I didn't expect a lot of excitement but in fact we saw a huge amount. The big red Sunway bus drove us around the Peninsular including Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. We saw eland, dolphin, seals, white right whales, ostriches, terns, cormorants and penguins.
Day 2 Cederberg
Everyone was up on time to start our journey ...
... a visit to the ...
... and were eating rocks watch out) and wild jackals, we gave Etosha the big thumbs up!
JIM WANTS TO SHOP - OMG?? We left Etosha National Park and had our confidence up with the whole camping situation. Yes, it was freezing and we only had basic supplies, but we were doing it. We headed to Damaraland to see Mt Brandberg which is Namibia's highest peak. It is made from pink granite and is absolutely beautiful. As we drove through this region often we saw large ...
... our guides once again heard about a lion kill, but it was only a very small Dik-Dik, which would have been only an appetizer for the lions. But, we made our way in that direction anyways. Luck was on our side today, as there were several female lions hunting some antelope just off the road with gave us a chance to take some photos of lions not just sleeping in the shade. Sadly, they did not really go after any prey before they returned to the bushes.