It might not look much on the map but the red line represents flying twice the length of the UK.
I suppose we shouldn't have been too suprised to find a rather large Baobab just beyond a car park at the end of the track.
|Notice Santi at the base of the tree in the background.|
The wildlife viewing didn't stop there as it seemed the local communities cattle also had access to the pool area.
One child at this school had once been seen by a white doctor a while back when she was ill and now seemed petrified by any Mzungu. Lots of tears and gnashing of teeth!
At yet another school it was time for some swing maintenance in the playground...
...as well as some more cars.
|In contrast to a muffin top, could this be a 'muffin bottom'?|
|We weren't too sure whether the bushmen of old saw an elephant, an ant eater or a long nosed mouse!|
Paul and Cathy - and many children in north east South Africa.