Peermont Metcourt at Taung
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Crocodile's to see!! The 3 biggest in the world are to be seen! Some of the boys held the baby crocs!! On our way to the airport we will be stopping at the local market where traditional souvenirs will be bartered for......... What bargainers we have........... some souvenirs started at R1000 and were finally bought for R75 ...
What a morning 6am start and we saw most of the animals but very special treat of seeing a leopard in mid Hunt!! Not normally seen by many , the boys had an unbelievable experience!! We also saw elephant, jackal, rhino, giraffe, Impala, springbok, warthog, hippo, crocodile, wildebeest, mongoose, zebra, and many more....... A brilliant breakfast in the bush was had by all. Afternoon at leisure....... Golf played by some and watching parasailing outside our ...
... birds and wildlife on a buggy ride yesterday. Last night our hosts invited us to dinner and we sat outside after the meal by a roaring fire, the landscape lit by a full moon. It is very, very beautiful. Ananda has a mere cat as one of her many pets - it is absolutely adorable and loves to be petted and held. It sleeps with the cats and chases the Jack Russells!
Just eight days to go before this adventure must end -what a lekker place for a holiday!
So here we are, a South African family living in our National Parks. I met my wife during a game drive, she was guiding a group of English travellers and I was with a few Americans and had a flat tyre. She drove up and could not contain her laughter when she saw me battling away at changing the tyre in the midday heat. My one guest was trying to help - he held the wheelspanner - and the rest of them was taking pictures. I immediately fell in ...
... the ‘premier class’ has recently been cancelled. It was ‘cattle truck’ or nothing. The station itself in PE is nothing to write home about and we had wondered how we would find our way to our train. However, as always in South Africa, there is always someone happy to earn a Rand or two and a porter grabbed our bags and hurtled off, with us in hot pursuit. He had not seen our tickets and had barely asked our names but ...