Sorry for the late travel tale, but I was busy
The last couple of days in the kruger where great! I didn't saw a lot of special things, but still I enjoyed it. I also meet some other great people.
On one of the days I went on a night drive. The drive started with a hyena with wildebeest horns in his mount. Later we saw some buffalos stalked by a group of lions. Unfortunately nothing special happened, but it was great to see.
Almost every day at Satara I managed to find some lions. So that was of course a great end of the trip. Unfortunately I 'only' saw one sighting of some other cats. It was a leopard that crossed the road and was gone quickly.
On the last day I drove from Satara to crocodile Bridge and than exit the kruger over there. It was a wonderful drive, but again busy with people. I didn't saw any cats, but I did saw a lot of general wildlife. I even saw the biggest buffalo herd that I ever saw. So it a beautiful ending on my trip.
At around 3 I leaved the kruger and drove to the Jo'burg airport to fly home
I can look back on an amazing time. I have seen some great sightings and meet some wonderful people!
Thank you Sanparks, the followers of this trip and the people that I have met.
I can't wait to come back again!
* During my trip I drove almost 8500 km(including the drive Jo'burg <> kruger).
* I have shot almost 8400 photos.
* on 25 evenings I was at somebody else place(so I have meet a lot of great people). 15 evenings I was eating at the restaurant.
* I haven't seen any of the small cats, except from the civet, Bush baby and small spotted Genet (I don't know if they are cats at all)
* I haven't seen any rare animals, except for the Roan and sable, wild dogs and black Rhino.
* I have seen a lion, hyena, leopard and wild dog with a kill.
My route that I drove can you find here: http://www.wildlife4ever.com/GPS_logs/08-2012_kruger_park.html
For the photos you have wait for some time. First I'm going to Japan for a couple of weeks. So I haven't got enough time to search them out before I'm going to Japan.