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... stumbled upon a giraffe that had been attacks by lions (atleast 2) and was very lucky to be alive still, although, judging from the difficulty it was experiencing walking, it seemed it wouldn't survive too much longer. It's genitals had been completely ripped off by a lion. Ouch. We then ran into a herd of buffalo which was great, as well as many other standard antelope and others alike. Back to another nice buffet breakfast before heading to the pool, which looks far greater in ...
... any wildlife. There were none on the bridge but
did get to see six lions on the rocks by the water.
Naxdli, Angela and Bob arrived at Lower Sabie. We left them to get the
roof top tent open and their bed made while we headed over to the deck
to secure a table. They had decided to light one of the "mood"
fireplaces that were out on the deck and so we got a table right by it
because knew Naxdxi for sure would appreciate ...
... more "data" from Vodacom.
Headed out the Orpen Gate toward Bushback Ridge which Robert had found on the Internet as having a Vodacom store and could get GPS directions to. The road took you past game reserves first and then into the world of small African settlements.
Driving along the speed increased to 100kmh, then dropped to 80kmh, then suddenly 60kmh then suddenly a policeman steps out into the road to stop us. He ...
... the entrance there is a guard asking day visitor or staying in the park. You then have to fill out form with your vehicle information etc. From there we went inside registration and showed our reservations and our Wild Card. We were then given our travel documents that you then show each time you arrive at a rest area.
We were in the park and on the lookout by 10:30 and headed off to Skukuza. It was ...
... which a small primate. Then went went on a few yards when the guide stopped suddenly and pointed out that there was a lone male African Water Buffalo ~10 feet from our path. He quickly extinguished the flashlight and we stood silent hundred together. He didn't say anything but we could tell he was concerned and we were quite nervous since this is the most dangerous animal in the park. Fortunately the buffalo moved on and so did we.