Explorer Duck goes wild

Explorer Duck was lucky enough to get an invite to travel in Jo’s backpack (WanderWithJo.com) to South Africa. After much reassurance that the lions had plenty to eat in the form of Impalas, and would not be interested in a small yellow duck that would be as tasty as dental floss in comparison, Explorer Duck hopped in.

impalas

Zebra Hills Safari Lodge is set within the 23,000ha Zululand Rhino Reserve and is literally heaving with Big Game and birds. The twice daily safari happened as the sun rose, and again as it went down. While Explorer Duck hid, Jo captured this close up with the King of Cats.

lion“Do I smell yellow feathers?”
“No, they’re brown.”

After a few days on safari, they headed for Cape Town and Table Mountain, the V&A Water Front, Boulder Beach to see the penguins & finally World of Birds, where Explorer Duck was much more at home with his feathered friends.

safari montage

world of birds 1

Did you know:

South Africa is now the only country in the world to have hosted the Soccer, Cricket and Rugby World Cup!

Table Mountain in Cape Town is believed to be one of the oldest mountains in the world and one of the planet’s 12 main energy centres, radiating magnetic, electric or spiritual energy.

South Africa’s drinking water is rated 3rd best in the world for being “safe and ready to drink”.

South Africa is the only country in the entire world that has voluntarily abandoned its nuclear weapons programme.

(source of facts)

bush sunset

Sunset in the bush by Wander With Jo. Stay tuned for more adventures with Jo as she travels the world with a duck by her side.

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