There are only a few unexploited areas in south korea, koreans protect these small patches by creation national parcs. Koreans love their walking, always with a brand new outfit they are following the trails like ants in the parks. These don't look so natural as most of them have been modeled by humans and it does look a bit artificial. There are no big game left, but the usual suspects like foxes, wild pigs and all kind of small rodents. We saw quite a few birds, but as usual, they don't like pictures .... one of the nicest we saw is the Eurasian Jay, beautiful colors:
Il y a également tout ce qu'il faut en insectes et araignées, ici une magnifique chenille (12cm) un "stick insect" (20 cm) ainsi qu'une araignée assez impressionnante (corps de plus de 3 cm):
There is also all we need as insects and spiders, here a wonderfull caterpillar (12cm) a stick insect (20cm) as well as an impressive spider (body length more than 3cm):
il y a un nouveau blog depuis quelques mois avec des nouvelles fraiches:
T:here is a new blog since a few months with fresh news:
www.anne-patricius.blogspot.com ou sur le site www.rock-the-world.ch
It’s a real pleasure to be back in Johannesburg, Tanja and her daughter are my south-african family, I feel like at home, I meet Sophie who’s back from Switzerland, give her a lift to Hoedspruit and I continue my journey to Makuleke (Pafuri, northern Kruger).
We are living the south of the Drakensberg for the north, the region where Giant’s Castle, Cathedral Peak and the famous Amphitheatre are, amazing area as well (especially for those who like to hike !) which need more time than a day visit. The “Amphitheatre Backpacker” is a nice place to stay there are different accommodations available and a huge bar with a Jacuzzi (yes in the bar!) and a sauna (not a lot of candidates though!). The food is not great but the Bob Marley cocktail is quite nice!