Two different ways to get to the other side.

Both re-posts I’m afraid.A zebra crossing in

Kruger National Park, South Africa.

An elephants crossing Botswana’s Chobe River.


Pic and Word Challenge: Crossing

11 thoughts on “Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk121_Crossing

  1. <grin> Well, that elephant crossing creates a whole new context for snorkeling!

    And are there “Zebra Crossing” signs in Africa?

    The world; it’s always offering up surprises, isn’t it? Thanks for sharing these wonderful captures.


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      • Hi Deb, Richard from Imagine Africa 4×4 Safaris would be our guide. We have done two thoroughly enjoyable trips with him and are planning a return and probably final visit in 2020. Imagine Africa is not a ‘large numbers’ tour group company. Richard prefers personal service and as MGW says she would trust him anywhere.

        Sausage Tree Safari Camp iss operated by Richard’s sister Sonya. Sonya and James were (and all 2013 staff) were friendly hosts. Our last trip ws tto Botswana. In 2020 we are going to try and work in a few nights a Sausage Tree again.

        Hope this is of help.


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