Just keep calm and carry on! The Alph and Phil picking up our hire car to take us to the Kruger Park.
Phil and Kerryn's town house is in a rather smart part of town near a balloon and the Radisson Hotel.
After lunch we went to the Lemon Squeezer church to meet David and Gordon and watch some massed Scottish pipe bands.
You and Dougal would have loved it!
Luna was there but I dont think she appreciated bagpipes as much as you would have. She sends licks and love.
You can see the skyline of Johannesburg - really pretty with jacaranda trees.
We had a very stylish supper with Gordon and David and Luna, and spent the night there.
Gordon's dog slippers.
The next day, Sunday, we said goodbye to David, Gordon and Luna and picked up Phil, Kerryn and Simon quite early so that we could get to Dullstroom for a breakfast of pancakes
at Harries Pancakes. Yumm.
There was even a Scottie there to remind us of you.
We also went to a brewery in Dullstroom to buy some Anvil Ale to take to the Kruger Park,
and met their little old Jack Russell dozing in the sun.
The next stop was to buy some oranges,
and then we arrived at our extremely stylish tented accommodation in Tamboti Camp.
That night there was a full moon and a big fire in front of our tents, but no-one seemed to be bothered so we didn't either.
Missing you lots. Give my love to Dougal, Dawnie and Leticia and don't bark too much at the gate or the neighbours will be cross.
lots of love
The Food Lady x x