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... by themselves. It was that bush bucks lucky day. She finally ran off, and joined the rest of her herd across the way. We are still on the look out for elephant, leopard and lions to complete the big 5, but hopefully three days in greater Kruger will help with that! Wow! What a day! We got back around 2am, and had to be up around 5 for a flight to Cape Town where I'll be posting from next! Thank goodness for flights to write about amazing days like this ...
... to climb, they said " No problem." The young man went and got a cooler container and had ME step up, now I could climb into the jeep. This was so nice of them to solve my problem. There were nine of us in the jeep.
They drove to Cape Vidal and as we are entering the gate, we will be getting off, so the driver and friend will be letting out some air from the tires. The young man had the cooler container ready so that ...
... saw 6 dogs. They were where they ate kill last night. Back to camp around 6. Ran out of gas. Had to change gas bottle. Took a while to get tools from cupboard that we searched for key to lock that was in fact not stopping latch. Philip had cool solar light/torch that was an old bottle. Pam cooked Boerewors sausage, Chakalaka, baked beans, baked squash and salad. Philip retired early and didn't have dinner with us. We debriefed about Axel, he's only ...
... a Ilala Weavers. What we thought would be a light lunch, I had chicken pita, turned out to be a huge portion. We should have known better - order a sandwich and you still get salad and chip in South Africa. I had no room left for a dessert, but Ann and Gill could not leave without sharing a delicious piece of cake.
On to False Bay where, although expected, the water level was so much higher than when we had previously visited. There was ...
... of lions, we would stop, observe and record what we saw. Lions are majestic and beautiful and.... huge! The encounters with lions were often close and exhilarating - fortunately we were always in the Bakkie (pickup truck) when these happened... but still. Unlike wild dogs (especially puppies), lions are not very active during the day, so we often got to watch them sleep, and occasionally yawn - but there were other moments, too.
As we all ...