Day 15 Our last day
The lions roared again during the night, but seemed further way, so we both had a better night's sleep.
We awoke to a cold, gey and wet Saturday morning in the park. It was almost as if the Kalahari was upset because our holiday was into it's final day in the park
We decide on a short out and back drive up towards 13th borehole and back before packing up to be out the chalet by 9am.
It seemed as if all the animals were finding shelter from the miserable weather anywhere but in the Auob River riverbed, and we saw very little.
This gemsbok did however come out of hiding for us.
We decided to turn around inbetween 13th and 14 and headed back to Urikaruus
All was quiet at the camp as we got ready to leave, bar this PCG who came to drink at the watwerhole
Our plan was to wend our way down to Twee Riveren and check in before going on the night drive that evening, which we had booked on the day before.
I decided to take a lst picture of Kamqua
and got this shot of a secretary bird:
All was very quiet, even the resident martials were missing. As we trundled along quietly enjoying the peace and solitude. A bit anoyed by the rain spoiling our vision we came around a corner, and our whole day was about to change......................