AndBeyond Ngala Tented Camp
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Well hello there everyone so now i’m in South Africa! For the past several days my family and I have been in Johannesburg and in Kruger national park. The first couple of nights we stayed in a camp place where we stayed in little round houses with worn thatch roofs. The campsite was like a very small town with electric fences around it. There was a store to get groceries and souvenirs and ...
... our last night at Ngala. We had great hopes of seeing something wonderful, and we did. We first found the lion pride from last night and just sat and watched for a while. Then we found a pack of wild dogs. There were 6 adults and 4 pups. We followed them for quite a distance around a water hole where there were about 5 cape buffalo. These pups wanted to play with the buffalo. They knew to be careful because the buffalo could take them out with one ...
Misty morning in Magaliesberg. We have camping down to a fine art. But don't skimp on cheap charcoal and firelihters unless you are not hungry! Potjie used each evening and delicious left overs are great for bfast. Only one night wild camping and that in a wonderful storm at Leeukampka Dam near P albert. Absolutely alone except for klippies peering down from up high. That is my best wildlife - watchoimg somethimg watching ...
... and order more Chinese for dinner, simply becomes in those great little boxes. It's really too much food. Also ordered cheesecake from another restaurant but tis not very good. It does, inexplicably, come with a coffee cup full of ice cream on the side. At least that's delicious. Watch strange selection of **** movies on tv, download more shows onto iPad for long flights home. More wine and another bath. I could do this forever, but sadly, I have to leave tomorrow ...
... side became much steeper and large boulders became common. The hike up the hill was extremely tiring, but there was a reward for reaching the top of the hill first: Francois said the first guy and girl at the top would receive a bottle of South African wine. To be honest it could have been a case of wine, but I was not about to race up the mountain, and neither was anyone else. We kept up our fairly quick pace and after a hour of hiking we finally made it to the ...