Right across from the camp, on the other side of the river we watched this huge elephant walking around
I hate lizards but these guys were beautiful
This one especially, how stunning are the colors?
Some turtles on a log
The trail had a whole bunch of skulls from different animals
The kids were fascinated by these
The rangers have a wonderful job at the park but they also risk their lives daily and unfortunately some end up loosing those lives doing what they love best
We knew it was time to head back to the house when these guys showed up...every day around 4pm they would just appear out of the trees and take over the whole park. They may seem very friendly and cute but you do NOT want to mess with them.
Let's head to the Berg-En-Dal camp pool....it's actually really nice out there and it was right across the street from our houses.
Miss Jasmine posing as usualMr Nicholas...he wasn't quite sure what to make of it. For those that don't know, my kids can't swim, they were supposed to go to swim lessons this summer but by the time we returned from South Africa they were fully booked, now we have to wait until next year....
My niece Tiffany swimming like a fish
My nephew Dylan having a blast in the cold water
My niece Taryn-Lee, we have another poser in the family, her and Jasmine are definitely related LOL
I love this one
Nicholas was fascinated with the droplets of water falling from the rock
All tired out and hungry, time to head back to the house for a BBQ and some smores. You know back in South Africa they don't know what Smores are, so we introduced them to it and they loved it.
The night ended with sleeping kids and the adults sitting outside in the darkness, with the moonlight and the stars keeping us company. The sky was absolutely gorgeous, you could an infinite number of stars and nebulas. We sipped on Amarula and caught up on the last 10 years of our lives, we laughed and joked and had a wonderful time.....then we headed to bed because the next morning we were jumping in the cars and going to Crocodile Bridge and Lower Sabie Camps for a visit.