While I'm enjoying my muesli and coffee they're breakfasting overhead on fruit from a big tree growing beside Sarah's house. They don't seem to want to sit still, though, and as they leap they land with a crash that reverberates like someone tossing railway sleepers onto the roof.
It's the first morning this week we've been able to have a lie in. Yesterday at the camp it was breakfast at 5.30am then into our safari vehicles for a four hour game drive.
I was beside myself with delight at the effects of the early morning light on both the animals and the landscape.
Baboons on the road, with a single impala.
Nom, nom, nom...
Impala, looking photogenic as always.
Buffalo emerging from their morning bath.
Crimson breasted bee-eater
A baby chameleon
We kept our eyes peeled for more lions, but though we saw their tracks it seemed they hadn't received our SMS and were otherwise occupied.
Dung beetles on a pile of elephant poo.
These tiny yellow butterflies like to dance over piles of elephant poo too.