Next morning the first sighting is a beautiful, this time nicely comed and made up for show off, Link
Wahlberg’s Eagle, right?
and after a short drive, the highlight of the day, a
herd of hundreds and hundreds buffalos. A sea of brown backs, enormous horns and little evil eyesLink
crossing the road for at least 10 min.Link
We are looking in silence until one of them turns towards us starting to lower his head; Back gear in and ready to back away, but once again nothing happens, better that way, or no
All this movement in order to get to their private natural SPA.Link
A short stop at Link
yes, Mlondozi picnic site. There are people cleaning, so I hope for a cup of coffee, but there is only hot water, which thinking about it is quite something in the middle of the bush.
A short ride and a darling elephantLink
scratching himself all over, even behind the ears (laughing I forget to take a photo) against a poor tree watched by family or friends Link Link
Even Rhinos get thirsty; impressing! Not that it gets thirsty but the size.
I am so glad that the park has signposted this fantastic tree.Link
The Majestic Baobab is a delight for the eyes. Happy that we saw it.
A pastoral lunch among not quite similars Link
After having tried to look through water to see what they really look like finally a hippo grassing peacefullyalong the river. Is’nt he/she a beauty Link
This one puts down the diaper while he gets something to eat before arriving at destination!Link
Does the stork bring the babies also in SA? Link
and those two, apart from the looks , what are they good at?Link
The warthogs are very common but I have never seen one coming out of a hole with the whole family (big, smaller & 4 tiny ones) running after him, they are so fast!
Just one more photo of His Majesty, I could almost touch him.Link
and a couple of smallies Link Link
All things come to an end. This has been a wonderful experience – ARRIVEDERCI a very soon. Link
Wishes do come true now and again, especially if you help them a bit!