We packed up, enjoyed breakfast and hit the road at 09:00.
Enjoying the soothing strains of The Byrds quietly playing ...
We stopped for five minutes and spotted a fruit on this tree - haven't a clue what it is,
perimeter, but everyone was so busy yakking, they didn't stop to observe what could have been lurking in the surrounds.
Such a pity that people will travel these great distances and appear not to REALLY appreciate what they don't see everyday.
Once again, the towing vehicles filled the circle and the solo vehicles setup on the outside.
A drive was arranged for the next day and HOPEFULLY we would see some game. We had seen very little, if anything at all but others, especially in the vehicles way ahead in the convoy had been fortunate enough to have spotted a couple of animals here and there along the way.
But there is nothing to be seen...Supper consisted of cold chicken, couscous and salad.
While we were eating we were entertained by some frogs who had gathered around the lamp we had placed under a tree.
(If you look very carefully just right of the lamp you can see two little blue eyes looking out)
And so after a quick wash and fang scrub, we made our way up the ladder and off to dreamland with the sounds of nature all around....