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... sunning in the open with their tummies heaving with the fullness of their kill the day before. The two cubs played and caressed each other, licking and pruning each other’s fur only metres away from us. A little further away in some light bushland, we came across the mother leopard
sunbaking in the warm sun. We sat and watched this awesome sight for nearly an hour before making our way around the game reserve seeing more elephants, more rhinos and lots more ...
... and company credit cards. Dave was definitely the ringleader, making many comments comparing old girlfriends to hippos and him in high school like an animal using hunting tactics ("yeah, I always went for the slow and weak ones with the slack jaw.") Traveling has taught me an important lesson: money can't buy class! Anyway, the weather was absolutely fabulous, and driving through African plains was just beautiful. Each game drive just involves driving around in ...
... of TGI Friday!
We have been lucky to see cheetah, giraffes, hippo, zebra and one evening we saw a pair of lions mating, not sure how happy they were with a light flashing on them!! We have also seen lots of Imparla, watt hogs, wilder beast, kudo, crocodiles, Buffolo .
Moved lodges for the last night but to get there we were driving though the reserve for 18k Keith and Linda got a puncture very fortunately the ranger drove up behind us as we had started ...
... went for our drive, there was only the three of us so it was a private tour.
This night drive wasn't as interesting as the one we took last week. However we managed to spot a large herd of buffalo, African scrub hares, buck including impala and zebra. There are large areas of iMfolozi that seem empty of game but in reality there is so much space for the animals that you have to be lucky to see them by the roadside. Several nightjars stood on the road flying away as we approached. ...
... yogurt-like stuff, cereal, coffee, juice, tea, croissants and other pastries, sausage, bacon, tomatoes, beans, and potatoes as well as an egg station. Dad and I got ham tomato and cheese omelettes. We returned to the tent after breakfast only to find a larger heard of zebra including two very young zebras outside our tent! We approached slowly and realized that they are not very afraid. It was so cool. The heat of the day was approaching so they were hanging out under a ...