I love this TR,
How I miss the Kruger now with that wonderful views and fire burning.
Less than one hour in Phalaborwa, will send SO over for some lessons.
Thanks Piet! Yip it was a record. We each grabbed a kid and I ran into the food shops and hubby hit the butchery and bottle store!!
Olifants is one of my favourite camps, you cant beat that view. Lovely lovely family pics, and some special memories.
Thanks so much it is one of our favourites too!!!
Thanks for all your kind words so great to have you onboard still! The girls were having the time of their lives and so were we!!
That view from Oliphant's is----------Still cant find the right words, I could sit there all day
What a happy little family you have there enjoying the Kruger
That is exactly the right description no words!!
sunset and views of the Olifants
Those sunsets oh to have one now!!!!
Carol g wrote:
I'm still trying to catch up as I was away in Kruger last week
Now I am soooooo green but can't wait to read all about it!!
:D Wonderful Olifants river Sunset View! Beautiful happy family
Thanks So much - hard not to be happy in our paradise!!
tent dweller wrote:
Cape of Storms, having to leave the park to do shopping
, not my favourite thing at all, you did the best thing and made it quick, not to prolong the agony
Absolutely in and out like an army mission
One of the best if only a photo could really capture the full magnitude!
Meandering Mouse wrote:
Cape of Storms, what a beautiful family portrait.
I do understand the feeling of being hit by ''civilization'' after leaving Kruger. It feels just so foreign. I do love your
of all the scenery. Kruger can present spectacular vistas.
Thanks MM! This was trip with more nature and vistas than actual spectacular animal sightings. Looking back on our trip we have had other visits with unreal animal sightings yet this one was so special because we were in a different mode being in the north. You appreciate the surroundings so much more!