Eastern South Africa and Swaziland Tour


Blyde Canyon

The Three Rondavels

Belin Falls

Bourke's Luck Potholes

God's Window

Lisbon Falls

Dad splitting wood on vacation

What I think may be Wild Foxglove and Shane being "wild" with it


Shane playing with a Golden Orb Spider
The Golden Orb Spider
Cows in the road - very, very common on our trip

Blyde Canyon Dam and Tree Pose

Hiking to the now-closed Belvedere power station in the canyon



Dad on our hike in Blyde Canyon


The Blyde River

The Shoe - an "Art Gallery" with some crazy art, they also sold sweets and there were caves too... confusing...
The Amarula Lapa - something like a museum to the very South African Liqour made from the Marula fruit - we tried to go but it was closed on Easter Sunday when we passed it

 

Kruger National Park

Bridge on the Olifants River
Baobob tree and our little car

A herd of more than 40 mother elephants with their babies

Elephant Dung -  a common sight


Baboons
Impala Buck


On a night drive with our guide Patrick


Leopord at night
Porcupine Baby
A Spring Hare - they hop like a kangaroo!
A "dazzle" of zebra
Lepord Tortise
Lilac Breasted Roller
Waterbok
Wildebeast
Bustards
How many crocs do you see? Anything else?
Roadside Elephant pelvis
Dad - playing with the toys in the gift shop
Helmeted Guinea Fowl
Kudu Bull
Shane studying for the MCAT with the study guide Dad brought, he was waking up at 4:30am to get in studying before we went wildlife viewing at 5:30am!
A herd of Elephants we spotted from the Sable Dam hide - amazing!
Shane, watching for wildlife....
Friendly Terrapins
Warthog - Pumba, is that you?
White Rhino



Steenbok



Black Backed Jackal

African Buffalo Bull





Elephants on the Letaba River


Giraffe Drinking!








Sunset on the Olifants River









Swaziland-








































Kosi Bay, South Africa




























Isimangaliso Wetlands Park
























2 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, I especially love the picture of Carol in her yoga pose. We think of you both often, wish I was better at keeping in touch. Much good thoughts and love.

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  2. Wow, these pictures are fantastic! I feel like a lot of them should be on advertisements or nature documentaries!

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