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November 2017. We are still in Tucson, AZ, well, often anyway. We continue our wanderings and enjoying our adventures. We haven't lived outside the US in awhile, but prior to 2010 we lived in: Guatemala, Ecuador, the Netherlands (twice), Germany (twice) and South Africa. We have now traveled to well over 100 countries, but that doesn't mean we plan on stopping any time soon. ... full info
Elephant at DuskThe water holes at dusk were the BEST. We watched scores of elephants coming for a final drink, the the baboons came, guinea-fowl were vocalizing like crazy, as were the stocks, francolins, hornbills - magical!!
Baboon FamilyYou can really see how big the male is when compared to the female; the baby was tiny
Baboon AttackObviously I couldn't get photos of the baboons on top of our car, but there were many and their jumping and playing rocked the car while we just giggled and hoped they didn't damage the paint. Yes, we looked for baboon scat when we got to our accommodations
GiraffeThese were part of a large group we sat and watched for a long time (see video)
Giraffe EarsDon't know if it is common, but many of the giraffe in Kruger had white ears, the backs anyway
Satara Guest CottageThis was ours for the one night we were in Satara - two bedrooms, two baths, kitchen
Skukuza Rest CampLooking forward to hot showers and recharging our electronics before going for 3 days to the wilderness camp, naturally there was a power outage - lasted all afternoon and into the night. We got our showers in the a.m., but not everything got recharged (limited plug adaptors).
Lower Sabie RestaurantNo, those are waves you are seeing, but the Sabie River - fabulous animal watching perch.
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