I realize I’ve been a bit quiet lately. Learning to juggle my time now that I am in the working world is no easy task! My environmental internship is keeping me super busy and finding the time to have a life in between has proved rather tricky. This has possibly caused a mild case of writers block.
However, I am off to the bush for a week so I highly doubt that seeking inspiration is going to be an issue in the near future.
I am spending a week in the legendary Kruger National Park. I haven’t been to this reserve in so long (too long), I am beyond excited. I am currently driving to Phalaborwa; a small town just outside the Kruger boarder. The Masorini Bush Lodge is where I will be staying. This is a first for me, I love trying new places and will be sure to post about the experience.
I have promised myself that I’ll be in the park as the gates open tomorrow morning because, well, why not? My Kruger journey will then begin with a few nights at Letaba camp followed by a night in the camp that overlooks the spectacular Olifants River (direct translation from Afrikaans: ‘Elephants River’) and ending off at Satara camp (my all time favourite).
Kruger is one of those places that never disappoints, every time I visit this incredible place I find something new, an experience I’ve never had. To say I am eager to find out what Kruger’s got waiting for me this time would be an understatement.