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... to see the same animals over and over but we still smile and say, oh well let's appreciate what we have seen......Wait there are several cars parked, what could they be seeing?
Yes, a lion on the side of the mountain, our luck is with us, now we have seen a lion in every park. To far to take pictures.
The rain continues steadily, and some of the roads are beginning to be very muddy and dangerous to travel on, but ...
... side of the road. Really odd to see this happening.
We also spotted a hyena trying to chew on a bone or trying to see if there was anything left on the bone. You could hear its teeth crunching on the large bone, I guess there was nothing left so it got tired and left.
Planning to go on a night safari depending on the weather.
Long and busy day, time to say good-night
... rooms named after Lord of the Rings characters. The quirkiness didn't stop there, they even had a bath set into the side of a mountain! ( the rain made us forget to take a photo) We could not believe how freezing it was here! However, it didn't stop us having a braii. Camping was not going to be fun in this cold...it wasn't. But thankfully we got given 2 duvets by the manager just before we went to bed. These kept us toasty :-)
The next morning Shaun and I decided to ...
... The journey to Port Elizabeth was smooth and uneventful.
At Port Elizabeth we hired a car and spent a few nights in Addo Elephant National Park. We decided that this was more affordable and practical than going to Kruger as it is near to the Garden Route. This worked out to be a good decision! We hadn’t quite reached the entrance to the National Park when we saw something moving slowly in the road. ...
The 17 SA National Parks do NOT allow you to leave your vehicles except in designated areas. In Addo the only luncheon area (Also bathrooms) has an electrified fence and gate to prevent animals from eating your lunch or you. However, birds fly over the fence as well as Vervet monkeys scale it.
We were preparing for a ...