On our last day and a half in Africa we went to Kruger Park for a little bit of quality time with nature and the beautiful African animals. It might be one of our favorite spots on the planet. There is something about driving around and seeing these giant animals in their natural habitats. The giant sky. The sunrises and sunsets. Everything about this place is magical. During this time we saw tons of huge elephants...and so many baby elephants...they were adorable.
Anyway, we had a wonderful time and wanted to share some pics with you guys.
Early morning sunrise & fog.
One of the entrances to the park.
A huge group of elephants walked right in front of our car and down the hill into the river. So cool!
The only place you are allowed to get out of your vehicles is on this huge bridge...photo time!
I (kate) loved spending quality time with my dad :) He's the best.
This is a series of pics entitled: "Carolyn steals Ryan's camera. Selfies ensue. Ryan's butt makes a cameo."
Breakfast under a tent. SO excited about coffee!
Trying to take a selfie with an elephant in the background.
There's the pic!
Open aired vehicles are the VERY BEST THING.
Vultures in the tree.
This was in the elephant museum. We were loopy tired by this point.
Philip is the orphan home director in Zimbabwe and a dear friend. He's more like family actually. Love him!
So much love.
Bill using his camera to take pics on a viewing deck. We saw hippos and heard the crazy noises they make.
Our last night in the park we enjoyed a dinner under the stars!