It’s the morning after the wedding and it was a beautiful day for Amy & Ryan. We had all partied till the lights came on and we were getting kicked out the venue (just like when we were at uni together). We we’re all a bit worse for wear the next day. I was exhausted so I had a bit of a lie in while the girls went to the pool. However, it was up and out again today as we were all heading out on a Safari!
Ok, this blog is all about my safari so prepare for A LOT of animal photos I took while I was there. There only downside to this blog is I cannot tell you exactly where I went on this safari. Why? This is because some of the animals on this safari are protected. Poachers are still trying to hunt and kill some of the animals I saw. Safaris even with the security measure they do have already are still in danger from poachers trying to hunt them for their skin, fur, horns etc. It’s quite horrible! So I have ensured that non of my photos or video footage display the name of this safari. Ok, now that disclaimer is out the way. Back to business! We had some lunch first at the restaurant before we went exploring. The service was….pretty disorganized! Like really bad. The orders were all wrong. Most of us ordered burgers and they had made mostly chicken dishes. Then they were trying to get us to eat them instead of making what we actually ordered. I must say there was about 20 of us but Amy (the bride) had been very organised and sent them our orders in advance. Even gave them the orders again written down on the day. Then it took 30 minutes to get all our orders billed up and paid separately. This ate up into our safari time so we weren’t happy and we missed out on our dessert because of the mess with our orders. Such a shame as we spent a lot of time waiting for the meals before hand but we got to spend a lot of time taken photos of this amazing scenery!
Now it’s safari time! Instead of talking about it…let’s go straight to the pictures! See how many of these animals you can recognize!
Such an amazing experience! Probably my favourite day of the whole trip other than Amy’s wedding of course! I definitely need to do another safari one day as I didn’t get to see Elephants, Zebras or Lions. One day!
If you want to see more on my adventures in South Africa, please check out my Safari vlog below: