Exploring Kruger on a miserable day turned into a magical outing
When I interviewed the golden full moon she shared her secret thoughts and wonderings whilst hovering over this mysterious magicaal piece on Earth, the Kruger National Park.
Sugar popularity is lessening and when you read this you will learn how harmful growing it is for the environment and nature around the farms. Fires, chemicals, water abuse.
Bye bye Kruger – so many tears. Returning home. Have you moved recently, or perhaps renovated your home (whilst living in it)? Ever watched raindrops trickling along on their own journey? Our return home after Kruger Adventure and how sad I am, why, what, how, time to regroup and settle my heart and head. Moving is difficult even if there is purpose.
A gentle veil falls over the renewed earth as a green carpet rolls out across Kruger Park. Animals prepare for celebrations and parties nature initiates after the joyful rainy season has begun.
A Kruger day of scares, delight and adventure all on my own in “Susie, the bug”. Scares, delight, conversation & mirages of animals.
I have great respect for Guides & Trackers. Their knowledge, enthusiasm, endurance and willingness to share are wonderful. Take a Safari one day.
24 hour Malaria Hotline – 083 900 8424 Kruger Park 24 Hour Emergency Centre Number (013) 735 0197 Medical Practitioner Skukuza – 24 Hour Line (013) 735 5638 Emergency Road Services for Vehicle Breakdown or Emergency Repairs Toll-Free 0800 030 666 Reptile Rescue (If you are staying outside Kruger in the Malelane / Komatipoort area) […]
Where do I begin to plan a Safari to wild Africa? I will tell you here.
Ever wonder why Game Parks call visitors back again and again? Here I will give you a taste of why.
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