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Sabi River Bridge Sabi Rivier Brug

Crossing the Sabi River with the disused railway bridge forming the backdrop - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Sabi River Sabi Rivier
Crossing the Sabi River the crocodile was not noticed at the time of filming - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Desert Roses Paul Kruger Gate Founders Kruger National Park/Grondleggers Kruger Wildtuin
 Desert roses at the Paul Kruger Gate entrance to the Kruger National Park - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Clock Tower Paul Kruger Gate Paul Kruger Gate, Kruger National Park

Before passing through the actual gate you can avail yourself of facilities that include a bank with ATMs, restaurants and shops - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Kruger Warthog/Vlakvark Tarred road Kruger National Park/Teerpad Kruger Wildtuin

A warthog on the move seen from the coach which is restricted to tarred roads.  The sand acts as a sealant to the bitumen - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Kruger Elephant/Olifant Kruger Olifant/Elephant

A lone elephant seen from the coach - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Kruger Kudu Kruger Wildtuin/Kruger National Park

Of the "Big Five" only the elephant was seen as we passed a kudu and headed for a picnic site - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

hornbills/neushornvoŽle neushornvoŽle/hornbills

Red billed hornbill (left) and a Burchells's starling is joined by one of the many smaller yellow billed hornbills (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

hornbills/neushornvoŽle Kruger Malalane

The yellow billed hornbill can be a pest when food is around (left);  departing Kruger at Malalane (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Crocodile River Crocodile Rivier

The moving coach, prohibited from stopping on the bridge, thwarted attempts to film the crocodiles on the aptly named Crocodile River - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Jeppe's Reef Jeppe's Reef

Departing the Republic of South Africa at Jeppe's Reef/Matsamo Border Post - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

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