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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Fri Nov 01, 2013 4:35 am

Letaba is lovely and green after all the brown of the countryside (its August remember). I know we should just accept what nature has to offer i.e. brown, but its lovely to see an oasis of green in the middle of Kruger. No wonder the resident bushbuck love it.

Glad you're all enjoying my memories of our time in Kruger.
Our chalet (for the first night) is 64 which is right next to Melville guest house and overlooking the river.

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After unpacking and having a look around at the camp we settled down for a drink overlooking the river.
After awhile (when we looked right up the river to our left) we noticed the sunlight glistening on cars that are parked along the road to Mopani. They didn't move and I said to my husband " there must be something up there with all those cars parked". It was about 5.15 p.m. but we hopped in the car to go and have a look. We were so glad we did as we found our 2nd leopard - it was nearly dark by this time but we had a good look - sorry this photo is very dark.

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We got back to camp with about 10 minutes to spare. When we got back we went and sate overlooking the river again and notices a lot of people looking up into one of the trees along the path that runs along the front overlooking the river. I took my camera and on investigating found this lovely owl. He just sat there looking around (hunting really) as he didn't take any notice of us at all.

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What a great day we had - lion, leopard, giant eagle owl, not to mention all the plains animals.

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Mon Nov 04, 2013 3:37 am

I see I have a couple of new hitch hikers on board - Kaapsedraai, isinkwe, Jeannir, Riannf31 and Baffers along with of course Hilda, Pumbaa (I've just started reading your amazing TR), Meandering Mouse, Melph68 Philip1, barryels,and Cape of Storms. I really appreciate your feedback and comments.

After our first day in Letaba we had to change chalets. We were late booking all of our accommodation (due to the fact that my husband had to get the all clear from his oncologist), so sometimes we had to change chalets. A real nuisance but better than not being able to have time at our chosen camps.

So we pack everything in the car to take it for a drive !!!

Today we decided the first thing we wanted to see was the Matembini bird hide as early as we could.
We arrived there about 9 a.m. to find we were the only ones there. Such a lovely spot and such a lovely view of a family of klipspringers feeding just metres in front of the hide.

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We also saw plenty of hippo, crocs, egyption geese and swimming just in front of the bird hide I could see the silhouette of a huge fish just under the surface of the water - I judged it to be about 9ft long and eventually it came up enough for me to see that it was a catfish. It was big enough for me to see the feelers/whiskers on each side of its head from up in the bird hide. Unfortunately I couldn't get a decent photo.

We then took the road to the Longwe lookout - it was terribly corrogated - probably due in part to it being a steep hill and people accelerating to get up the hill. We didn't appreciate the view until on the way down

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On our way down the hill we spotted this lovely waterbuck (fairly well hidden in the mopane bush

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We drove through quite a few of the loops and somewhere saw this old buff -

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At one of the waterholes we found our first ostrich for the trip - we watched him slowly making his way along towards this waterhole and eventually stood in the waterhole and had a drink -

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We saw our usualy kudu, wildebeest, elephant and giraffe but can't resist posting this photo of a lovely steenbok- she was covered in these insects which I think are flies ????


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When we nearly got back to Letaba we found this family of ground hornbills - a couple of photo's of adults, teenagers, and juveniles

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The last photo is not a really good one but I put it in as the juvenile bird has 2 leg bands - Red & Yellow on left leg

Back at camp we shifted into our new chalet (I think it was number 92)


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A great day (again) in Kruger. We are both finding that our souls are very happy.
To be continues

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Tue Nov 05, 2013 7:41 am

Gosh its great having you all on board. :gflower: :gflower: :gflower:

I notice that JeanniR, Hilda, Kaapsedraai and Pumbaa all have trips to Kruger planned sometime over the next 6 months. I do envy you, and I would love to be planning another trip to Africa, but I think that we'll be travelling closer to home (Aust) in the next year. Hubby doesn't like flying much and every time we go to SA he says "that's the last time I'm flying that far"!!!!!!!! Still, a 4 to 6 month caravan holiday in our own country also has an awful lot of ++++'s. :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up:

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Sat Nov 09, 2013 7:25 am

Thanks again barryels (I've just join the turbo bus on your TR).
melph68 - yes there's something about Kruger that we don't get in Australia - in fact many things
Philip1 - glad you're enjoying my TR

That night we were chatting to an elderly gentleman who said he was now retired but he said he had been in charge of a lot of the game parks for SANPARKS. He now spends all his holidays looking at the animals and enjoying the parks he used to manage. We asked his opinion on the best drive out of Letaba - he said the loop Letaba river road - heading south west to start.

We took his advise the next morning and had a great drive.

About 10 kms down the road we saw our first ever wild dogs. We only saw 2 of them off in the distance and by the time we got to the spot where we had seen them they were in the bush. We could see them jumping up and down - I presume looking for game or just looking to see where each of them were.
We photographed them from the distance but couldn't get any shots of them in the mopane bush.
To say we were pleased to spot them was an understatement - we didn't care if we never saw another animal again that day. I/m sorry for the photo quality but they were a long way away

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We continues on seeing hippo,crocs, and heaps of elephant. The views of the river were beautiful -

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I didn't take many photo's this day - not sure why, but must assume that I was enjoying the scenery.
I did take this one of a very stately giraffe -

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and these photo's of baboons near or on the bridge that crosses the Letaba -

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Somewhere along the way we saw this pied kingfisher

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When we got back to Letaba we had seen and been able to identify 25 birds - mostly of the large variety as we aren't so good on the smaller ones. This saddle billed stork was in the river in front of Lataba

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All told a very good day - esp. the wild dogs. Tomorrow we leave for only 1 night in Satara - we could only get one night due to us booking late. We rang ahead and booked a sunset drive and we aimed to drive as many roads as possible on our way to Satara.

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Sun Nov 10, 2013 1:42 am

Thanks Trrrp-rrrrrrrrr and Hilda.

VicRob - gosh I wish I was in Satara right now overlooking the waterhole. I've just read the first 4 pages of your last TR - amazing sightings esp. of doggies.

I note that you've still got a lot of time left in Kruger (this visit) so a few hours veging out while watching the waterholes seems like just the thing to do.

The first couple of times we were in Kruger we also were on the go from gate opening to closing, but this year due to us recovering (health wise) and also our age we took it easier. Most days we left camp about 7 to 7.30 (after a leisurely breakfast on the verandah). We then came back for a nap in the middle of the day, and then usually a drive from about 4 p.m. onwards. Some afternoons while SO rested I walked around the camps - watching the birds, monkeys etc. Kruger is so special.

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Thu Nov 14, 2013 3:41 pm

Hey Kaapsedraai - I hope my fellow Aussies take advantage of the good tips you give them.

No Isenkwe I didn't get any PM - now you've got me guessing.

Patto - I know what you mean about that photo - they do look a bit small for wild dogs. We were positive (at the time) that they were wild dogs as when we caught up to them we saw them jumping up and down in the bush (to see over the long grass) and we got a really good look at them. I'm now having so many doubts about them being wild dogs - I've just asked my SO if he had any doubt that they were wild dogs and he said "no, he's sure that's what they were" I'm not trying to mislead anyone. :hmz: :hmz:

I'm a bit busy for a few days but will continues my trip report in a couple of days.

Meanwhile a little watercolour/sketch of our overnight chalet at Satara.

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Fri Nov 15, 2013 2:27 am

I've just been PM with Isenkwe and I have to eat really humble pie.

I'm so sad that the "wild dogs" we saw weren't wild dogs, but as Isenkwe and Patto point out to me "the ears are too pointy" the "markings were wrong" and they weren't tall enough to be wild dogs.

When we saw these dogs in the far distance we said to one another "wild dogs" - I took a quick photo and then we drove quickly to where they disappeared into the bushes. We saw them jumping up and down and in our excitement didn't really look at them closely - just assumed because our initial thought was "wild dog" that we continued thinking this. Even when I cropped the photo to put it in the TR I didn't look closely and analyse these "wild dogs" that turned out to be jackels. It was also about 9.30 in the morning so not really expecting jackels as we have only seen them at dawn, dusk and night time.

Ever since we had the sighting we thought we had seen "wild dogs" and now they turn out to be jackels. So sad that we still have never seen "wild dogs". Never mind - there will hopefully be a next time to Kruger.
TR to be continued

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Mon Nov 18, 2013 5:53 am

Thank youT-bal, Cape of Storms for your comments.

Kaapsedraai - I'm already loving that I did those little watercolours. When you have to paint/draw something you analyse the image so you can capture it e.g. angles, shapes etc - and it makes you much more aware of your subject matter - in this case the chalets and animals.

We left Letaba and headed south down the road to Satara - turning onto the S46 which took us to the S93 which runs along the Letaba river towards Olifants.
We saw a variety of animals and birds -


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A lovely family of giraffe that weren't bothered by us at all


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and some grey boulders just lazing about -

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some of the birds that stayed still long enough to be photographed -


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not to mention the zebra I did a watercolour of


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We stopped at Olifants for a drink and something to eat but it was so windy we couldn't wait to get back in the car.

Will continue with our exciting drive down the S100 - and I bet you know what we saw.

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Tue Nov 19, 2013 8:47 am

We left Olifants and headed towards Satara - by this time it was about 10,30 in the morning. We decided we would drive the S100 (N'wanetsi river road) as we had been told you usually see lions on that road.
As we had only seen one lion since arriving on the 13th (10days before) we were really keen to see some more. We drove looking everywhere - hardly saw anything as it was quite a windy hot day and I guess most of the animals were resting. We were nearly to the end of the road when we came around a bend and found a traffic jam - maybe just maybe we might have found lions.
It was difficult to see anything for the cars and the long grass when we pulled in beside a private safari vehicle and asked the driver what they were looking at
he said "lion" - I said (looking at the directions all his passengers were peering " I don't see it" and he said " how about the one there " and there was a lioness walking throught the grass away from where his passengers were looking


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Well we watched her for awhile and see disappeared in the long grass. The driver said that their party had been waiting for 4 hours to see the lions.

As we couldn't see anything else we wound our way through the parked cars and within about 200 metres came across another lioness she had her nose to the ground most of the time and was weaving in and out of the cars. She looked like she was on a mission and was completely oblivious to all of us.


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We eventuallyr realized that the lioness we had seen 200 metres back had come to join the other one we were looking at


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We presumed they were hunting and realized that one of them was a nursing mother.

We looked around and eventually we spotted - a tiny cub - he/she was about 50 metre on the other side of the road and watching hie mother very intently -


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We watched for awihile and then he was joined by


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Until we found out there were actually 5 cubs - some a bit bigger than the others,

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All so absolutely adorable.
We presumed they belonged to both the lionesses. They played for a bit but basically they watched the mothers strolling around between the cars and in the grass. We sat for ages watching them (of course) and eventually the mother wandered away from where we could see them. The cubs must have know where they were as they eventually all hopped down from their lookout points and disappeared.
What a lovely 1/2 hour or so we had had. So pleased we came down the S100 and never mind that it was the middle of the day. Our day was made.

To be continued.

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:09 am

Now that I've got Philip1, Trrp-trrrrrrrr, Cape of Storms, Surf Cindy, isinkwe, t-bal, Rooikat, Hilda, Mandinga. Meandering Mouse, Pumbaa and Melph68
on board I thought I would hire a truck so you would join my SO and I for a sunset drive out of Satara. You'll need to wear warm clothes as its going to be cold


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Note the time - 4.55 p.m.

By 5.04 p.m. we came across this herd of elephants. They were in a hurry, moving rapidly towards the river - they started about 500 m away from us and crossed the road. I've never seen elephants on such a mission - there was no stopping to feed they just walked non stop.


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The little ones at the rear were being urged on by their older siblings and a matriach at the back.


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The last one across the road (the matriach at the back) couldn't resist a bit of a trumpet at the truck
(just to make sure we knew who was boss)


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We all sat in the truck absolutely awed by the size of the herd (72 elephants the driver told us), and by the organized and orderly manner that they moved from what we presumed their feeding area to the river for a drink.
We watched for a few more minutes but they disappeared very quickly. If we had been 10 minutes earlier or later we would have missed them.

We continued on our way and in a few minutes and at 5.15.p.m came across a honey badger. He/she was so busy digging that we went completely unnoticed.


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After digging for ages the honey badger found what it was looking for and proceeded to devour it.



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Unlike the elephants who were a long way away the honey badger was right next to the road so we had a wonderful view.

Our driver pulled up next to another safari vehicle and that had a chat about things - the driver then took us to a waterhole. Apparently there had been a leopard there earlier but we couldn't find it.

We did disrupt this hippo in the waterhole and he took one look at us and decided he wanted to be out of the water. He just erupted out of the water on to the dry land and disappeared in a flash.


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We drove for quite awhile spotlighting. We saw a serval, african wildcat and bush babies, but unfortunately my camera skills weren't up to getting photo's. Eventually on this drive a fellow Australian showed me how to take photo's without the flash - just taking advantage of the light from the spotty's. A bit too late for the serval and wildcat though.

By this time we had been driving for just over and hour when we came across these hyena cubs - also very cute. I had never thought of hyena's as being cute but these seemed to fit the bill.


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Goodness we had had a wonderful drive.

Everyone on the bus was really happy - although we were disappointed that we hadn't seen the leopard near the waterhole - when "hey presto" just around the corner the driver finds this beauty in a tree. There was another leopard at the base of the tree as well but very hard to see (being hidden in the grass). I tried for ages to take photo's but they were all terrible as my flash wasn't reaching as far as the leopards. That's when my Aussie friend showed me what to do with my camera.
I only managed this one photo (that's anywhere near decent ) of the leopard before the truck left them to themselves.


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We continued along for a few kilometres until we came to a herd of buffalo feeding in a riverbed.
I didn't take any photo's unfortunately as we could only see bits of them over the long grass.

On the way back to Satara we came across a lioness lying in the middle of the road. When we got close she staggered to her feet, and limped into the bush. She seemed to be carrying rather a bad injury. No photo's again as she was in front of the vehicle and I couldn't get a decent shot of her.

We spotted another hippo on the side of the road out feeding


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We saw the hyena cubs again on the way back, but didn't stop.


Gosh what a wonderful drive. We got back to camp - went and had a late meal at the restaurant and went to bed after a really great day. We had seen the big 5, but as yet we still hadn't seen any cheetah - other than something we saw with our binoculars which people in other cars told us were cheetahs!!!

Tomorrow we drive to Skukuza. Our Granddaughter Kelly and her friend Esther (both from Australia) are meeting us there.
They have just spent 2 weeks as volunteers working at a cheetah rehab. place near Bloomfontein. They normally both work as volunteers (about 20 hours a week on top of their regular jobs) at an animal rehab. place in the Perth foothills. They are both supervisors teaching others how to care for injured and orphaned animals. They also work on a captive breeding program for our endangered animals e.g bilby's (a nocturnal rabbit like kangaroo that lives in our deserts).
They are spending 10 days in Kruger driving themselves around, and are spending 3 days with us in Skukuza.
In fact tomorrow night we will be going on a bush braai with them There will also a couple from England, and another couple from Italy at the braai. We all met via this forum - we put out a request for others to join us on the braai (to make up the required numbers) and that's how we met.

That's all for this day's TR.

To be continued :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up:

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:14 am

Oops - I meant we had seen the big 5 in one day, we missed out on the rhino on the night drive, but saw them in the morning. :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up:

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Sat Nov 23, 2013 3:14 am

Glad you all enjoyed our night drive. Such a wonderful day we had. So much excitement.


Will get back to further episodes in a couple of days - stayed tuned for photo's and details of great sunset drive and braai we went on from Skukuza.

I am :mrgreen: with envy Rooikat. Would just love to be on the plane with you. I look forward to your TR. See PM. :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up:

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Unread post by impyim » Tue Dec 10, 2013 4:25 am

Well at long last I've got time to get back to my TR. I've been very busy with my art and craft - getting ready for our Art Group Christmas Exhibition and Sale of Work.

I really appreciate all the lovely comments from t-bal, hilda, Trrrp trrrrrrr, isinkwe, Pumbaa, Surf Cindy, Barrels, Rooikat, Meandering Mouse, Kaapsedraai, Cape of Storms, Toeelelfe, and Melph68.
I was so good that you could join us on the truck and that our driver showed us some wonderful sightings.

The next day we drove to from Satara to Skukuza. I think I must have worn out my camera finger the night before as I hardly took any photo's the next day. I think we were both rather tired and just enjoyed looking instead of trying to photograph at the same time.

Here's a couple of photo's on the road -


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Isn't it lovely how elephants appear to be smiling - I'm sure its just us humans seeing them in a human light not as a wild animal.


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This one surprised us - we didn't see him/her until we were really close. Luckily he didn't take offence at us being so close.

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I'm sure there must have been something to eat on these trees - but only a giraffe could find it.

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A lonely looking impala with only his oxpeckers for company.


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I'm not sure on this raptor. I think its an African Hawk Eagle but the markings and feathers near the eye's don't seem to fit my reference photo's. Any other opinions?

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And of course I couldn't resist a photo of Tchokwane (that's not us in the photo).


Eventually we arrived at Skukuza and found out we had the same chalet as we had about a week prevously.

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We quickly unpacked and went to find our granddaughter- she was out driving still. So then went and found the 2 couples we were doing the Bush Braai and sunset drive with. None of us had ever met before so it was nice to find that they were easy to get along with.

My next part of this TR will be on the drive with the 8 of us. Our granddaughter and her friend, a couple from England, a couple from Italy and us.
It was an amazing evening and will probably take up a couple of pages to tell about.

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Fri Dec 13, 2013 6:39 am

Its so nice of you all to comment on my TR. If the other readers of our TR realized that it makes a real difference (their comments) I'm sure more of them would give us feed back.

Kaapsedraai - I'm sure you gave my fellow Aussies some good advise. Its good to get first hand knowledge. Most Australians I talk to think that the only way available to see the animals and birds etc of Africa is with private game parks and operators. Most of the ones I tell about our experiences are amazed that there is other ways i.e. via SANparks website. and it doesn't cost an arm and a leg.

Back to my TR -

We left Skukuza about 5 p.m. and were informed that we would do a sunset drive and then go to the braai about 6.30.

The first animal we saw on our drive was this hyena and when we came back the same way (about 2 hours later) she was still in basically the same spot.


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We drove south and here's a couple of photo's of the sun setting + my very poor version of it (I had a very limited palette with no black in it)


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We stopped at Mathekenyane (Granokop) and watched the sun finally set. Here's a photo of all of the passengers on the drive - on the left is my husband, then G'daughter, her friend, myself and then the other 4 people.


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and our G'daughter and her friend admiring the view

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Just after we left the view point a private car stopped us and said if we took the Malalane road and continued down for about 10 km's then we would see ????? (I'll leave you guessing for awhile).

We were all very excited and really wished that we were allowed to go faster. We were worried we would miss the sighting.

As we came around one corner - we seemed to have gone further than 10 km's our driver/ranger spotted a vulture in a tree (it was nearly dark)


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We pulled over to the right hand side of the road and saw an amazing sight. A mother cheetah and her 3 cubs (about 1/3 to 1/2 grown I expect) on an impala kill. We were so pleased that no other predators had driven her off. She was very alert and didn't eat the whole 1/2 hour we watched them. Even the cubs were really watchful. The mother disappeared behind the bushes after about 1/4 hour.
We could just see her occasionally. Sometimes one of the cubs would wander back to where she was and then come back to the hill.

Here are the photo's - these are not very good but the best of the ones I took (I took heaps more) and I'll also try and upload a video (its a bit shaky as I was standing up).

This is the mother


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and this not very good photo of all 3 cubs


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After that there was usually only 2 of them at a time eating


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If you look on the left hand side of this photo there's a 3rd cheetah (don't they blend in well)

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By this time I was getting nervous for the cheetah's - I was worried that us being there would attract other predators. I also felt like we had had a great viewing and that we should leave them in peace to finish eating. All told we were there for 1/2 hour or more.

As we left the driver said we had better get going as the braai would be waiting for us.

Well the adrenaline rush was amazing. We (us 4) had never seen a cheetah in the wild, and to see a mother a cubs on a kill was just mind blowing. We couldn't stop talking and babbling about it. We had been so quiet while looking at the sighting that we all let off steam at once.


To be continued.I

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Re: Australia to Kruger

Unread post by impyim » Wed Dec 18, 2013 3:55 pm

Hi all --re my missing photo's.
I take on board your comments about photo bucket Hilda.
I think its my fault that the watercolours are missing from my TR. I had a clean out of my photobucket and didn't realize it would affect my TR.
I don't suppose I can be restore them to their previous spot on the TR can they? If they can't I'll find another way of incorporating them into further episodes. :thumbs_up:


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