Zebra everywhere. So cool.
Who can see more than enough zebra.
I don't know why but I thought a rhino was about the size of a small cow. No! They are huge.
They eat grass, not meat, but hate humans.
Impala in Kruger Park are about to be culled as there are so many of them. They are terribly cute.
Daddy lion is here to look after you young cubs, if he does not kill the cubs.
What are these animals. I forget. Not kadu. I just can't remember and google is not being helpful.
This is an elephant, in case you did not know.
They'd be buffalo up the hill.
Don't mind us Mr Giraffe.
A really good place to see wild animals and the public facilities were really good too.
Did this all happen on the same day? I am not sure but I think so. We boarded this vessel for a lunch cruise. It was really nice.
Knysna Lagoon, I think.
The entrance to the open sea.
Housing on the way back. It was once an island owned by the same people for one hundred plus years. It was sold to a property developer, and you know what they do.
Then it was to Monkey Land. The lighting level in the jungle was low and very few of my photos turned out well. Here is the best of them.
Oh my mummy, what a large nipple you have.
Lemur, native to Madagascar.
Tortoise on its way to somewhere. It moved fast enough and I can see why it may have won the race against a hare.
This is a really small monkey, often napped as a pet, but they turn nasty on their owners.
I uploaded this photo, but I am not sure where it was taken. Maybe in our accommodation for the night. Oh yes, it was a four star high rise hotel. Very nice. More window views to come.