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Center Stage: South Africa Tour Day 5

 

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Sophomore Jeremy Clifford counts down to the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The tournament will be played all over South Africa bringing in soccer fans from across the globe.


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Glee Clubbers catch a nap in preparation for their first safari game drive.


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Are we there yet?!? The group is in high spirits as they take a quick pit stop during the five hour drive to Kruger National Park.


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We made it! Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa covering more than 7,000 square miles.


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During our stay in the park's Skukuza rest camp, we lived in bungalows equipped with showers, toilets, beds and a kitchenette on the patio.


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With only an hour of daylight left, we are determined to see some wildlife!


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An impala! This type of gazelle is one of Kruger's most populous animals.


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The giraffes are huge! Even the babies can be almost six feet tall.


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The Kudu, another type of gazelle, is one of the largest in the park.


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It's almost nightfall, but we still managed to see an elephant. Not bad for the first game drive!


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Skukuza welcomed us with a wonderful candlelit dinner and we greeted the staff with a song.


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Around the camp fire, tour director John Powell shares his musical talents as he reminds us, ���Don�۪t worry, be happy!��

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