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A nearly breakfast at Doug and Rianna's and then we set off to Crooks Corner which is on the banks of the Limpopo River and it is where Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa meet. On the way we spotted zebras, impalas, elephants, giraffes and quite a few different birds. We stopped about 10.30 at Thulameia which is an important ancient site where there was a community many thousands of years ago. ...
After packing our bags, we went for a walk around the Camp before meeting the others at the Restaurant for breakfast. Some birdwatchers with enormous safari clad lenses were intent on photographing an osprey in flight. We left Mopani and came across a herd of elephants including some very young ones, at a waterhole. One of the older elephants squirted one of the little ones who walked away and tried to chase a warthog away from ...
... 39;, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">We decided to do our walking safari after the birthday breakfast. We drove back to where the giraffes were and got another safety briefing - single file, the various hand signals and the instruction to slap one's thigh to get Pravir's attention. If we did unexpectedly encounter a predator up close, stay very still and do not run - if we run, we'll be chased - and a moving target (the predator not us) would be harder to shoot.
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... see him watching intently. Eventually the impala noticed the leopard and moved away out of range. Then an amazing tall giraffe entered the scene and walked into the trees beyond. It was very exciting - we thought we were going to witness a"kill." There must have been a dozen or so cars - almost a traffic jam!
We also came across two elephants standing beside a broken water pipe. The dominant elephant wasn't going to ...