Cape Town - It hasn't been the easiest two weeks for Australian opener David Warner and his family, but they seem to be doing just fine.
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With the third Test between South Africa and Australia at Newlands only getting underway next week Thursday (March 22), the players from both sides have been given some time off.
Warner, who has been at the centre of a controversy including Quinton de Kock and the South African wicketkeeper's alleged comments about his wife Candice, is at Sabi Sabi private game reserve outside the Kruger Park.
Accompanied by his wife and their two children, Warner has posted a series of pictures to his Instagram account.
He says this is the first safari he has ever been on.
After the incident with De Kock, Warner said in an interview that while he regretted his actions in confronting De Kock at Kingsmead, he would always stand up for his family.
Australia won the first Test in Durban, but lost the second in Port Elizabeth, leaving the series tied at 1-1 with two Tests to play in Cape Town and Johannesburg (starting on March 30).