@ RayK well then you better grab some
and stay tuned for the rest of the show.....
So we arrived at CB and checked in, my little cousin had to sprint to a loo because he was basically bursting
By this time it was near midday and boy was it hot.....I find that when camping you need to have a little luck when arriving, your site is dictated by whom is leaving that day. We got a site next to the fence but it seemed to be the only site with out shade
We have a natural Instincts turbo tent so atleast pitching it wasnt a hard job, once the tent was up we put the gazebo up and enjoyed a little break before doing some fine tunning on the tent.
While this was happening my little cousin says guys come look I think its a baby Rhino, se we all made our way to the fence to see.........a warthog, which set the tone for our Jokes for the rest of the trip.
After cooling down and making our tent more homely we set off for a drive up the s28, On the tar towards the s28 we found a "Baby Baby Rhino"
saying his prayers
We Got onto the s28 and starte ddriving at a lesurely pace, my Uncle suddenly say LION!!! I hit the brakes and there were 2 Lionesses stalking a loan Impala male, the lionesses dissapeared further down the dry river bed, we sat there for atleast half an hour, hoping to see if they returned alas the impi moved off and we didnt see the Lions, and we didnt get any pics
but alas day1 lions
We headed up to macs waterhole seeing general game along the way, we also sat at the waterhole for a bit but there wasnt much action.We returned down the s28 hoping to see the lionesses again but we didnt. we took the little dirt road to the view above the gezantobi(sp) dam which was completely empty to my shock
Although there was no water there was a huge herd of impis in the dam bed and they were joined by a few male Kudu
This guy had something against the plants in the dam bed
Anyway we headed back to camp after an awesome 1st day, for Dinner we enjoyed a lovely venison potjie and pap