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... pub we enjoyed a very nice dinner. It was dark when we headed back to the farmhouse to park the bikes and sit in front of a nice log fire in the lounge area. I was sharing a room with Maree and turned in after a nice warm shower. I was very aware of my reputation to snore and as I fell asleep I awoke with a startle having snored myself awake! This happened again somewhere during the night but Maree reported that he had slept well. Once again our accommodation was very ...
... doesn't seem to be the same legal limits on passenger numbers - drivers will refuse to depart until there are at least four people for every three seats, and then pick up more passengers on the way. They also have an annoying tendency to not actually go where they say they are going, but instead to drop you off at some remote junction and tell you to wait for another minibus going the right way. This seems pretty well organized though, to be ...
Early morning drive again as well as an evening drive. Sandwiched in between was a little bit of archery. Interesting to note that safety aspects of this sport were not high on the list, at least we only had seven arrows between the three of us. And in case you were wondering we were target shooting, not animals. Out on safari we saw lots of Zebra, Giraffe and the white lions again, also spotted some interesting birds which I am not ...
Notre sortie à Malealea
Parlons d'un endroit vraiment au milieu de nulle part et en plein paradis. L'endroit a été installé
par un Afrikaner de Bloemfountein qui aimait la chasse. C’est
aujourd’hui devenu une oasis européenne pour des visiteurs de Hollande,
de l’Allemagne et quelques canadiens, la fondation Stephen Lewis
participe, entre autres à des projets d’aide au village avoisinant.
Ceci dit, bien ...
... along the side of the road. I couldn’t imagine what these were for besides preventing trespassing (still seemed awfully high though), but I found that they are to prevent the Kudu from jumping at the cars. They are especially dangerous at night because they aim for headlights , which explains why farmers in the area put a spotlight on the top of their roof. As we got nearer and nearer to Robert and Jean Lord's farm, Waterlea farm, we also saw ...