Summer’s day in Langebaan.
How amazing and beautiful is this?
We stayed two nights in Skukuza, two nights in Lower Sabie and one night in Berg en Dal.
Driving between these places, we saw so many animals. I think we saw “the big 5” already after the second day! There were lions walking on the road next to the car, elephants everywhere, leopards in trees and millions of impalas, zebras and blue wildebeest.
Like I said, one of the best trips of my life and I’m so grateful to have spent it with my boyfriend. Thank you D! <3
Long time no see, blog.
I’ve been off my blog for a year now and I’m slowly but surely starting to miss it.
Give me some time and I’ll be back on track again!
Location at the moment: Cape Town, South Africa.
Photo: Tommy Andersson
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