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I was frazzled today...omg.
I didn't pack until this AM because I'm an idiot and was at the wine tasting until around 1 am.
I just ran late the whole morning and basically wasn't ready until Amy and I HAD to leave to the airport.
It was an amazing trip.
Of course I couldn't find out if I could upgrade to Upper Class until I got to Jo'Burg, ...
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... be a leopard. We then turned back to the road and saw three cheetah walking across in front of us, brilliant. The only thing we didn't get to see in the Kruger was the allusive lion, but we still have Umfolozi so fingers crossed. In case you didn't know, the big 5 consist of: - Lion - Leopard - Buffalo - Elephant - Rhino They should make it the big 6 and add ...
... a protest for better education. According to the guide, she says that no one was ever held responsible and one version is that at the time they were using radios so the police only heard... "Fire" instead of "Hold Your Fire!" There were over 600 children shot and killed in addition to the many injured.
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... of cross breeding at this sanctuary. No one could tell us why they are doing
this. One of the byproducts of this is
that every so often lionesses will reject certain cubs in the litter….in the
wild these cubs would die….here they are rescued and raised by the wardens……and
people are able to visit with the cubs…the other big attraction here. Also saw a black leopard which I had never
seen before ...