What a wonderful tour with such an amazing group of people making it another memorable tour for everyone. Corinne with daughters Emma & Joanne, Amada, John & Angelina – all from the UK! We hope to see some of Corinne’s amazing ‘water-paintings’ of the animals and scenery.
Amongst the numerous impala and giraffe, they were lucky to see two adult male impala butting heads, quite a sight to see and amazing neither of them sustained any injuries. They were very lucky with the weather as it didn’t rain. Even with winter approaching, and the weather slowly getting colder. Well cold for a South African? Temperature averaging about 12 degrees Celsius, at its coldest!
Even while the group keeps their eyes on the horizon, eagerly searching for a glimpse of Africa’s infamous big five, nature is always adding little wonders to their adventures, like the mischievous vervet monkeys trying to get into the fridges to eat the fruit, or the African Elephant, the world’s largest land mammal scratching his back on a tree or even the millions of stars under the clear African sky, it always brings you closer to mother-nature and gives us as greater sense of how truly brilliant and wonderful life is. And maybe these marvelous animals and attractions are simply nature’s way of showing us the vast beauty and complexity that the African wild life has to offer.
John & Amanda went back home from Cape Town and we said our good-bye’s (John promised to be back :), but Corinne, Emma, Joanna & Amanda’s adventure was not over yet! We carried on along the Garden Route via Hermanus, Mossle Bay, George, Oudtshoorn, Wilderness, Sedgefield, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Natures Valley, Storms River, Tsitsikamma Forest – ending in Port Elizabeth.
|Corinne & Emma @ the Elephant park|
|Joanna & Corinne @ the Birds of Eden|