I want to tell a story of mum and my auntie. If mum and auntie are together and they start laughing they don't stop until they have to do something at the loo. We where on a pickick at Skukuza and quite a distance from the loo, when the laughing fit started. It is as if they make each other laugh, the more the one laughs the more the other one carrries on. They just ran to the nearest open rondawel, while there were people in there and just said they are using the loo. They did not ask they just told them. Then when they where finished they came out and apologised. When they got back to the picknick they started again, this time about the expresions on the faces of those in the rondawel.
Since then they make sure that they are close to the toilets. All I remeber of the Kruger is all the fun we all had, with lots of laughter.
Another funny story (not a very good idea and bad for conservation). We were in the Kruger for a few weeks and there were two couples (in one car) that ended up in the same camps as us and also stayed very close to us everytime. One day we were driving close to Letaba in the late afternoon. There were lions in the road but also a lot of cars and we ended up next to these same people on the road at the back of the traffic. Suddenly there was a big roar and when we look at these people they had two lamp chops on the roof of their car and playing a recording of a lion's roar. When dad asked the guy why he was doing it he said to get the lions to move from the front to the back so that cars in the front can move away and then he can see the lions aswell. Silly man. But the whole sight of these two big fellows (Tolla van der Merwe look-a-likes) in the front, with fancy ladies in the back, lamp chops on the roof and the recording going was very funny. Wished I had a photo.
There is never a dull moment in the Kruger!!!!!!!!!!