|Journey's End! The Mozambique border post at Giriyondo. From here, we cross back into the Kruger National Park, back on South African soil.
There is an expression, 'All good things come to an end!' For those of you who have been along from the start of this journey, we have finally reached the end. Today is our last day. I thought we'd mainly concentrate on bird sightings, but please don't feel limited by this suggestion. As always, keep those eyes pealed in case you spot some larger wildlife. By now, you've learnt that 'whilst in the bush' you need to pay attention to everything, otherwise you could very easily miss out on seeing quite a lot.
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|"The curious beauty of African music is that it uplifts even as it tells a sad tale. You may be poor, you may have only a ramshackle house, you may have lost your job, but that song gives you hope!" ~ Nelson Mandela.
|"Just wait your turn! Can't you see I'm crossing the road here!" Black-bellied Bustard.
|"Hold on a moment...I know I saw some roadkill lying here before I landed!" Gabar Goshawk.
|"Oh, I heard you folks were leaving today. Thought I'd pop by to say, goodbye"
Remember, you do not rush in Africa. Everything here is on its own clock, quite independent from and foreign to Big Ben's schedule of time keeping. There is a word for it...it's called, 'African time!'
If you try to rush it, you WILL come off second best! You will be the one who is sweating and fuming and raging...no one else and nothing else around you will even take any notice of you! So, with this in mind, let's take a SLOW drive back to the Mozambique border post at Giriyondo. We can stop at any point along the way if there's anything you'd especially care to photograph...just say the word!
|African Fish Eagle
|Eagle with prey
|Every end is a new beginning!