Our last morning
We awoke to lions roaring and so brushed our teeth and headed to the gate...2nd in line.
We left camp and turned right to find a male lion running towards the main road, so we turned to find where he was going, he was after a lady who was heading back towards camp, it was too dark for good photos but a lovely start to our final day.
We continued waited for a while trying to decide where the lions may come out and eventually turned back towards camp where we found several cars watching the lion in the distance, so we continued and found the rest of the pride of about 7/8 lionesses and teenagers walking parrallel to the road but far off.
We turned up the S110 and crossed the main road to the s121 where we found this guy with his breakfast, sorry about the photo but later spotted camera was set to manuel
An elli road block forced us to turn around where we met another hyena in a similar spot to the first.
It was time to head back to pack away the tent but not before a small traffic jam on the S110 tar section, where this big guy was stalking impala, I was amazed at how close he was to the road although in the bush that he managed to disapear in very little grass. Eventually we had to head back.
We packed up, visited the water hole to say good bye and found this waterbuck,
As we drove past the leopard he was just dissapearing off into the rocks and so we had missed him crossing the road, but maybe next year. Our last photo was of this, a reminder that the little spots are as good as the big ones.