Published: June 17th 2017
A group of warthogs on the other side of the river.
Geo: -24.1511, 30.9492
This morning we got up early as we had a busy day ahead of us. As we had breakfast I noticed some animals on the other side of the river. There were about six warthogs of different ages. They were busy eating grass and digging in the ground with their tusks. Near the warthogs there was a small herd of impalas.
After we had our breakfast we cleaned up and packed all our belongings into the car. Unfortunately on the short drive out of the reserve we didn’t see much wildlife.
On the six hour drive back to Johannesburg, once again we were pulled over by the police. I was so glad that again it wasn’t me driving! Apparently Paul was driving just over the speed limit. We stopped and had a little chat to the police, handed over a note and we were off again. Too easy!
The rest of the drive was uneventful and by mid afternoon we were back in Johannesburg.
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