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... a couple of the lions we had seen the night before. We approached slow and low being oh so quiet. Rick and I could hear them but we could not see around small bushes to view them. Being on foot, we were happy to not get any closer.
Down the road, I felt much more brave approaching a giant termite mound. These mounds can get up to 10 feet tall here. Slapping the side of ...
... a really young calf that Johan estimates to be a few weeks old. It is having a hard time finding its mother’s teat and the mother is so tall that when it does find the teat, the little one has to stand on its hind legs to reach the teat. There is one particular young female that keeps moving aggressively towards us and flaring her ears. She is really unhappy with us. The herd keeps bunch up around the mother and baby. We don’t get close, in fact, ...
This was the first time we had seen this interaction between the elephant and the lion. A conclusion that could possibly make sense is a baby elephant is tiny enough to be taken by lions and definitely cannot defend itself.
Drive on to Satara and see another rhino feeding on the side of the road and then see about 30 to 50
vultures down on the ground. We could not tell for sure what they were doing. It ...
... through and seen them. It was so untouched and beautiful! Then in the afternoon we did a game count through the property, still had a great time. Then we had an early night because we had an early morning heading to sussusvle (spelling?). Thursday: We headed out at 5:30 to get there at a good time. It was a three hour drive and we got to see a beautiful sunrise. We got into the Namib national park at a good time and started our 70km drive to big daddy, one of the biggest dunes ...
... tell them I had composed my pictures based on the theory of 'would it look good as a jigsaw?' therefore I try to 'frame' each picture.
Moses (our driver) wanted to make a quick getaway straight after breakfast. I made sure I checked everywhere in the room this time, I didn't want a repeat of Kenya!
We had been travelling for about three hours, I saw 'Liverpool' again and was happily admiring the scenery on our way to the ...