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... their shift in the babies home this morning, the pics are so cute!! At the hardware store again now waiting for mike. Started making the drain slope this morning then we went for lunch and we did the happy sunny valley game on Alex and Lewis haha, aww and me and jazz got to have another cuddle with nathan!! Learnt how to put the tin walls up this afternoon so did that for a bit, then Elliott went for his shift at the babies home so ...
... everybody else. There had been no leopard sightings. We struggled to maintain focus late in the day and were settling for photos of zebras to wake us up. Tiger, out driver, fought on, but it was in vain. The leopard was hiding and we were falling asleep. I crashed, after just the soup at dinner, and headed for the room. We had a much needed rest day tomorrow and I was going to take ...
... disunity among the presenting group.
A short background story (sorry after writing it, I realize it is not that short - but you should enjoy reading it, it's exciting like a Grisham): My team got called "Team C" - simply because there is A, B, C, D, E. However we have been joking around C does not sound good, is a bad grade, etc... my first idea (as I'm currently often listening to "Play that funky music" - even at Yoga) was "The Funky Team". Guess what ...
Was gifted this beautiful Ethiopian cross with kenyan amber beads as a parting gift when I left south Africa. Was told it was a symbol of everlasting life and was wished good luck in my life and protection from harm.
It's amazing that all over the world, while there are many different symbols, that people ...
... though there is less fencing and thus more opportunities for 'wild camping’… and 92% of the land is publically owned so no stroppy owners to complain.
SO, to cope with the thousands of campers, across SA and other African countries, in virtually all towns are commercial campsites providing a power supply, hot showers and toilets (the better ones actually providing toilet paper… though single ply only!). Cost about 10-15 pounds/night. In ...