Thank you to everyone for their positive comments and welcome all on this trip.
Meandering Mouse wrote:
I so enjoy it when we can see a little bit more of these gems.Meandering Mouse
, it is great to hear that there is an interest in the other gems SA got to offer, hence the purpose of the TR.
we are on the road again.
, It is a bit later than planned, but here we go... This trip will be 2 part TR and the one to follow will focus on Garden Route. So more to come....
, it is a pleasure sharing the experience with you as well. Hopefully, the TR will get you to also visit these gems.
Cape of Storms wrote:
Kaalsedraai another report ow fabulous! Can't wait and love the startCape of Storms
, hope you will enjoy the TR, but as the visit was a 'hit and run', I will add some from our previous visit as well.
Love your dandelion clocks just waiting to be blown away!Stampajane
, thank you for the identification of the white flower as I was wondering what it could be.
I'm on board also
Addo is a park I've never been.
Ready to discover this place under your guidance
, welcome and hope the TR will motivate you to pay a visit when the opportunity arises.
:clap: Lovely adventure and magic pics of a Great Park.
, firstly congratulations with 3rd kudu
. We had a great time at Addo and hope you will enjoy it as much as we did.
, it is a pleasure and hope the TR will me a motivating factor to visit the park sooner than later. Lots of pumbaas around, so you will feel at home.
Fully understand the call of the wild
Can't believe how Addo has grown. I last went there when we lived in PE (18 yrs or so ago).
Hope you enjoyed your stay there.
, one of the big changes is that just over a few year ago the fence between the northern (Main rest camp area) and the southern area were dropped, so animals now moving freely down to Matyholweni camp. Hope the TR will bring back memories for you.
Thank you all that are also viewing the TR.