Perry's Bridge Hollow
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Up just after 5. Shower. Packed. Breakfast at 6.20. Free wifi only 15MB, used up so quickly. Yet to get blog up to date and photos up. Checked out at 7. Picked up 7.40 by Brian. I'm only one that he's driving to Kruger. 6.5 hour drive to hotel near Kruger. Saw a few shanty towns. Flying in to Joburg I saw lots. Just bits of metal and wood fashioned …
It was a gorgeous afternoon so we decided to explore the beautiful setting we found ourself in ! A couple of wart hogs were playing on the lawn and two male impalas decided to have a fight much like being at home really!! Just the characters were slightly different!! We relaxed in the sunshine by the pool and before long it was time for our final game drive!! This time 2 more couples arrived on our truck and so we set off on ...
... 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 ...
... one started walking straight towards our vehicle. straight at ME! I was sitting on the end in the first row, directly behind Ranger Ryan and Richard, as the cat approached, Ryan turned his head, looked at me straight in the eye and said "don't move, stay completely still". I was like holy ****! This wild, beuatiful and dangerous creature was inches from me checking us all out. I could have reached out and tried to pet it if i wanted to lose my hand. I ...