1. Left Stellenbosch
  2. Family Stopover
  3. Leaving SA
  4. Lets give them hope
  5. Kariba
  6. Mana Pools
  7. Zambezi
  8. Lusaka
  9. Luanshya Ministries
  10. Shiwa Ngandu & Kapishya Hot Springs
  11. FCE Kalungu
  12. Utengule Coffee Lodge
  13. Baobab Forest
  14. Celebrating 30 years of life & love together
  15. Dar es Salaam
  16. Irente Farm
  17. Arusha
  18. Ngorongoro Crater
  19. Serengeti
  20. Lake Victoria
  21. Limuru NetACT Conference (Theology & Community Development)
  22. Nairobi Conference Israel our Roots
  23. AA Lodge Amboseli
  24. Meserani Oasis
  25. Old Farmhouse Kisolanza
  26. Lake Malawi
  27. Lilongwe
  28. South Luangwa Park
  29. Lusaka
  30. Back with a BANG!
  31. Kruger Park from Pafuri to Numbi
  32. White River – Phakamani
  33. Gariep Dam
  34. Home sweet home

We drove through the gate into the Serengeti  Park  area and enjoyed the stunning  scenery of the grasslands while the sun was setting.

Thankfully, the temporary cable solution held up on the really badly corrugated road to the camp site.  We woke up to the sounds of the bush and some buck and buffalo nearby.

As we started driving we realised that we had a problem as Marc’s temporary solution would most likely not survive the extremely bumpy roads till we exited the park.  We were 15 minutes into the drive and Marc was just saying that he wished he could drive up a ramp and see what was really going on under the car, when we came across a road leading to some activity. We drove in and found ourselves in a workshop in the middle of the Serengeti!!

Marc drove straight up the ramp, the mechanics checked it out and offered to weld the bracket back within half an hour. We left with it stronger than before, very happy to pay the $40. How awesome is our Father!!

We would not have stayed at the particular campsite that we did (and then not have driven past the workshop) if Marc had not run into a guide (named Enoch), the day before at lunch time, who recommended it to us.  How reassuring to journey through this life with our heavenly Father, who knows all things and can organise these details … very humbling indeed!

We spent the day in the Serengeti and enjoyed the vast expanses and seeing a number of herds of buffalo and one of at least a 1500 wildebeest during their migration.

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2 Replies to “Serengeti”

  1. Fantastic photo’s you guys. Following your travels with serious envy. Well done Marc on the plan made with the fuel tank!

  2. Hi Myburgs so lovely to c all the stunning places you have been to. Enjoyed your beautiful pics. Africa is beautiful. Please let us know where you guys are now.

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