You out did yourself again Ingwe. Pics are fantastic. What a wonderful view for breakfast, you could't ask for anything better. Pics of Salaxeye and the hyena are awesome. I can't wait for the next chapter. Thanks so much again for sharing, I love it!!
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Oh, Ingwe, I was overjoyed to see you had posted more pictures.....and each one as wondrous and exciting as the ones before! I second the post that said it felt like we were right there beside you. Your photography skills are out of this world, everything to rich in color and crisp....I'm just over-the-moon! Oh, how I wish this is me one day.....and soon!
As always, thank you thank you for sharing these!
Was there still road constructions near Hluvukani? We ended up driving on something we were not sure of if it actually was a road. But somehow we went into the right direction.
Yes. There was a lovely long stretch of road (still dirt) that was blocked off. We were riding on the side, it felt like we were in the ditch!
LOL. That's where we drove too. I wasn't sure if it was where we were supposed to ride, so I was relieved when we got back on something that looked like a dirt road.
On the way back we took another dirt road that had a pile of rubble in the middle of the road that grew bigger and bigger...
My pleasure Donna I wish that everyone could have come along for real..
As I mentioned Penny2 is a leopard magnet, and we headed off on the evening drive, hanging onto the landy for dear life as we went up and down a huge donga. My kids would have loved that!
Salaxeye had killed a bushbuck and was just finishing off a snack as we arrived. She was so beautiful, and seemingly oblivious to our presence..
She didn't look our way once.
The hyaena was hanging out under the tree hoping for a scrap. There was actually 2 of them but I didn't get a pic of both,
Christy, I am so happy you continue to share with us! The views we never get to see are like adding pieces to this puzzle we all "live" and love. Thank you!
Thanks a lot everyone! I'm happy you're enjoying this
After the morning drive we returned to the camp for a lovely breakfast. What can be more perfect than eating breakfast here..
... then it was off on a bushwalk with Greg and Andre.
It was so good to walk, and the bush smelled sooooo good. We found where the Wildebeest hide when we can't see them on cam...
behind the cam
I was excited today, (more than usual, if that's possible), because today Penny2 and her hubby were arriving at Nk. Africam has a history of sparking friendships that are continued throughout the years, and I believe this will be one of those.
Penny2 and her hubby are lovely people, who are just as nuts over wildlife as we all are. We didn't stop talking. The hubby's were extremely patient - and found plenty to talk about themselves
Penny2 also turned out to be a leopard magnet Here's a pre view of what we saw on the evening drive....
Ingwe, I can only say that I am truly enjoying your trip thru your pictures and narrative. I look forward to seeing/reading more if that is to be.
Ingwe, those are wonderful photos !! Thanks so much for sharing them with us
Christy, I'm so jealous I'm turning green! Thanks for sharing! Maybe next year!
I love your photos, Ingwe! Looking forward to some more...