Monkeying Around in South Africa
The August of 2018 I was given the chance to travel to South Africa and live there for 2 weeks.
I was a bit nervous at the thought of traveling for 18 hours in planes to our destination.
I am glad I went to see this country. I fell in love with the animals and trees. I was treated like family by our guide-Pieter, his family, and employees. A very memorable trip!
The second week of our stay, my husband, our guide, and I traveled to the famed Kruger National Park.
The trip was a little lengthy, but well worth seeing other parts of South Africa.
Fruit stands were dotted here and there on the main road. We passed through towns, fruit orchards, and housing areas.
At first, the park looked like a lot of brush and flat land. I didn't see much, thinking the land was similar to the Arizona desert, USA. Lots of dry brush and lack of large animals. A person may feel they are safe getting out of their vehicle due to nothing around except for brush.
As soon as I thought those thoughts, I started to see animals, birds, etc. here and there. Most animals in the wild will not be just standing around in plain sight for a tourist to see. Wild animals will always be sleeping, grazing, or hiding.
Apparently, he was either feeling stressed that I was watching the barrel of monkeys/his family and he decided to show me who was the boss was or he was going to play a joke on me.
I never would of guessed what would of happened next.
This lone monkey came running straight at me! Just like a bull, charging at a matador.
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April 11, 2020
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