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... moment we leave the lodge, we start seeing everything from a tower of giraffes (a baby included), white rhinos, hyenas, three lions and two lionesses, about a hundred impalas, a heard if elephants (babies included), a female and male leopard, and water buffaloes right in front of our lodge! Seriously, it felt like someone was behind some invisible curtain releasing them as we pulled up in our range rover. Granted, all of these sightings were over two days but ...
We got up early for the morning safari. It was still hot!
Didn't see too much - elephants, rhino, a herd of hippos in the water, some birds and of course giraffes and impalas.
After breakfast it was too hot to do much. Too hot for the pool etc. So I blogged and then rested up for lunch.
The evening ...
... and ready to leave again. The campsite was a lot better than I was expecting considering we were on the budget safari; a massive fire area with 2 separate dining tables, a massive cooking and pantry area and then tents with either stretcher beds or mattresses in: we opted for the mattress option.
Ready to move again, we were headed for Moholoholo Rehabilitation centre half an hour down the road, with an appointment time of 3pm. Here's me thinking it would just ...
... Leanne, Marsha and myself all slept on the bus where I was looked after. The morning came a bit to quickly as we then had to cross the boarder so I had to pull myself together. Thankfully it was quick and painless and we all slept untill we reached Citrusdal where we briefed about the garden route and made our way to bed at a good time.
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Stellenbosch was out next stop and as you may have guessed for ...
... got a photo with him which made his day.
That evening we went to an Ethiopian restaurant for dinner before watching the Coon street parade, it is a parade that is held every year by the blacks to celebrate the one day off a year there ancestors had when working as slaves.
The following day we were leaving Cape Town in the afternoon so we were going to try one last time to get to the top of Table Mountain but once again Cape Town ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLetaba Rest Camp Kruger National Park
Los huts que dan al río Letaba tienen una vista espectacular. Los huts son amplios y los baños están cerca. El restaurante también tiene una excelente vista. Es uno de los pocos camps donde además se puede caminar.
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