Thanks for all the responses.
during our stay at Satara we decided that our walk at LS was so amazing that we should do it again. We booked the Sunday Morning Walk (if you get the chance book walk for a week day, to many people on the weekends.)
The night before our walk we also decided that we should do a sunset drive in Cat country. It was an amazing trip, watching lions hunting a genet up a tree. They must have been really hungry for 9 lions to be chasing this little creature. However on this trip were some guys who were more interested in making fun of the animals and telling the worlds worst jokes. ( hey I am a young guy but sometimes you need to realize that maybe when everyone including families are trying to spot animals you should not act like a bunch of donkeys) As we left My comment to the wifey was that was a great amazing drive but thank god those jokers wont be on the walk. Oops i spoke to soon. So on the joker morning walk, We are eating some breake on a pile of rocks when all of a sudden a lion roars in the not so distant distance, to be truthful i think i jumped in the guides pocket..
so he says ok guys we are going to track these guys and see if we can get a look...he looks at the group seriously and reminds us of single line walking no lagging in the back and NO talking. off we go we me and the wifey making sure team funny joker guys are behind us. as we slowly walk through the bush the guides take a sec to stop and listen, At this time Mr Funny guy decides that tracking lions is an appropriate time to have a smoke break, Well if we had a chance of seeing lions it was now gone. after some stern looks from the rest of the group and quite words with the guide he puts out the smoke. not 15 minutes later RING RING mr joker has his cellphone in his pocket and has the balls to answer it. I think after that the guides gave up on the lions and aimed us back to the truck. So for all of you going on the morning walk no cells and no smokes, take the 3 hours out of your life to leave technology behind you and breath some clean african air.
Well we really did enjoy our time at Satara, but it had come to an end and it was time to head to the the sprawling metropolis of skukuza