Thamalakane Safari Lodge
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... for the journey! We made our way through the reeds which stood a good meter high, in parts there were tracks through the reeds where the boats had been before and big pools where we found the hippos! You could hear there before you saw them, we must have got about 30-40 meters closer to them and there were maybe 4/5 in the pool. It was hot, sunny and humid and so so peaceful! The water was around 1-3 meters deep depending on the flow of the river and was covered ...
hier komt papa olifant
en een lange slurf van voren
Jongens, meisjes aan de kant
hier komt papa olifant!
song by my little niece Lotte (you should definitely hear her sing it!)
aiaiaia madre mia, Why is time always passing so fast when you are having a good time?? Just as I sometimes wish I coul read a book with my eyes closed, I wish now that my diary would just automatically transfer my stories to this website so ...
Our morning game drive started with spotting some cheetah tracks in the sand! We drove in a bunch of circles and looked through all of to inoculates we had, but could not find a cheetah. Instead, Chelsea found a giraffe! She was looking in a stand of trees, and suddenly thought 'that tree just took a step!' And then it wasn't a tree at all, but a beautiful bull giraffe! He let us have some absolutely incredible looks at him before wandering off into the ...
This area is fantastic with heaps of elephants, warthogs, giraffe's, hippo's, baboons, many different types of antelopes and birds galore. JAO Camp spoiled us in every way - sunset cocktail hour out on the trail, tea time, wine tasting, private dining, service and facilities that are exceeding expectations. Loved our evening trip on the marshy wetlands in a boat where we saw hippos, crocodiles, more birds and an amazing sunset. A few of my fav photos give you a sense of our ...
After an early start we packed up a boat and headed into the delta for our overnight bush camp experience. First we stopped off at the mokoro station where we were paired up and assigned a poler to takes is through the thick reeds in the mokoros. Mokoros are traditional canoes used all over the delta by the tribesmen. Traditionally carved out of wood, the modern ones are slightly ...