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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... are pointing and look for ourselves. We "spotted" 3 cheetahs hunting this way. And a little while later, we found a Leopard asleep in a tree this way. How he manages to sleep almost sitting down like a human is beyond me. He was straddling a branch with his ****** and then his armpits were hanging over another branch.
-There are lots of Chacma Baboons around here. They're playful but mean looking. And there are Vervet Monkeys ...
... the nutrition is not enough to sustain them hence they basically starve to death.
On we drove seeing a few male Impala and then a short time after, a Giraffe or two and then it was Guinea Fowl Highway with quite of few of them running down the road towards us before veering off into the bush/
During our drive, we saw various birds including Yellow Billed Hornbill, a few Forked Tailed Drongo birds as well as the "punk ...
... his way back to the river but stopped when we came on the scene.
Within another minute, we saw a herd of Impala.
We continued on through the scrub crossing the Sabie River on the bridge that we used yesterday. It was a little chilly so we were rugged up. We drove up to the river looking for various animals and sighted the original lodge on the banks of the Sabie River built by the Moore Family in 1933 … oddly enough, ...
In the morning Derrick and Ava played ping pong I watched. Ava, Derrick, Tato and I went to play putt putt. The Easter egg hunt was coming up soon and it was at the putt putt course so luckily we saw where some were. Then I went to the room to play on the iPad. We went to the pool to ...
... as they were boring to watch. We then heard from other people that there was a leopard spotted walking along the dry river bed. At this stage I was driving and thanks to my slow reaction, we only got a glimpse of its tail. By the time Paul took over, it had walked out of view.
Soon after we left the park through Orpen Gate and said goodbye to Kruger until next time we visit. It took us about two hours to get back to the lodge because we stopped in Hoedspruit for a few ...