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... since I had a hot bath. some wildbeast just came to waterhole in front of lodge. we will go on another bush run this afternoon, tomorrow move to another undisclosed location, my brother his wife know where we are as ther were here 3 years ago. Elton JohnStayed here a month so he could meditate and write a song inspired by the Beaty of this area, it's an incredible place.
This place is super swanky bath and shower room separate from ...
... drive and the most exciting thing was the bushveld gerbil that hopped across our path as we were turning into the camp. Had dinner at the bar, watched soccer playoffs and visited with the workers.
Up the next morning and took the road to the waterhole. It was very quiet and we took the scenic drive and then headed back to the camp to do our exercise walk. And because we were at Berg n dahl, it started raining! It seems that it does ...
... saw five rhino in various places along the road. We also got to see some large tusked elephants and another jackal. Now the question is, will we see a leopard?
It was now time for our afternoon drive. I wanted to try out the causeway and see if we could see the leopard we had seen there earlier this trip. So, we set off that direction. We were looking down toward the river to see if we could see any of the lions we had seen on earlier trips. ...
... to try. It was quite delicious and we were able to identify the various spices...clove, coriander and cumin. They then said if you thought the zebra and donkey were the same you didn't know sh**.
We had a very interesting conversation with them trying to solve all the world problems. Unfortunately, we were unable to do so! It is always interesting to see the different perspectives from people around the world including ourselves!
... say....well Kruger is the size of England, yes this Park is the size of an entire country!
The challenge is to find the animals in their natural habitat and as you can see from some of the pictures it is rather easy but other animals not so much.
The most amazing thing I will tell you is that at night you are literally under the milky way. It is the most breath taking sight I have ever scene and even thinking about it now brings tears ...