Kruger National Park, South Africa

A wildlife safari, a once in a lifetime vacation. Amazing photo of a Giraffe walking next to a car. This picture taken in the Kruger National Park South Africa. You can easily tell from this image exactly how tall these animals are.

South-African "Braaibroodjie"

South-African "Braaibroodjie" MUST be done on an open fire (coles only) for that BBQ taste! Served with braaivleis (meat on the fire)

Young elephant. Kruger National Park, South Africa by Heather Liebler Photography

Baby Elephant Dancing - "put your left foot in, put your left foot out, put your left foot in and shake it all about, do the hokey pokey and turn yourself around, that's what it's all about!

Ek dink ons moet deegies reg he en 'n oop vuur dan maak die gaste hulle eie roosterkoeke met jams en kase en so aan :) :)

Roosterkoek - a South African braai essential

Roosterkoek (literally "grill cake" is a classic South African braai (BBQ) side dish - yeast dough baked over the coals till golden.

When you see a sign like this.... you know you're going to have a great vacation! At least interesting anyway.

South African wildlife without the safari.

What to Eat in South Africa: Famous South African Foods | South Africa Travel Guide

What to Eat in South Africa: Famous South African Foods - Braaivleis en Boerewors

Sausage rolls. So easy and quick to make – this may soon become your trademark treat for all occasions.

Genoeg vir 4 mense Bereidingstyd: 10 minute Baktyd: 20 minute 2 velle g) bereide.

Boerebeskuit: Literally meaning "farmers rusks", a South African food legacy from the Voortrekkers’ nomadic way of life.

Todays history lesson: Boerebeskuit, literally meaning farmers rusks, is a South African food legacy from the Voortrekkers nomadic way of life.

Mosbolletjies - a sweet glazed South African brioche with aniseed. (photography by Tasha Seccombe)

Mosbolletjies- A traditional South African sweet brioche, flavoured with aniseed and glazed with a simple syrup.

South African version of CREME SODA, one of the foods that Lexi Mills, an expat in London, says she misses most from her homeland: http://thedisplacednation.com/2012/05/08/when-in-london-hey-ag-no-man-10-foods-i-still-miss-from-my-homeland/. Creme soda just isn't the same, she says, if it's not bright green.

South African version of CREME SODA, Creme soda just isn't the same, if it's not bright green.

The Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria, South Africa: Little House on the Prairie meets colonial violence meets monumental fascist-esque architecture.  Very special.

The Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria, South Africa: Little House on the Prairie meets colonial violence meets monumental fascist-esque architecture. Very special to the Afrikaner people

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