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... the Hyena's came and stole the carcass, there was not much left. Picked up lady from village that cleans the camp. On the way back to camp Axel thought the Lion was at the river with a kill. Picked her up with telemetry and saw the vultures circling but couldn't find her. Back to camp for Down time. Monica was here today! Riding along in back of ute thinking what the bloody hell did I do wrong to lose my man ...
... a pair of Hyena on the hunt. A third Hyena was also seen along with Giraffe, Zebra, Waterbuck and Reedbuck. Our driver was very capable and knowledge and showed us a Chameleon, a venomous Bark Spider and a couple of small snakes. We also saw several Swamp Nightjar, which flew up from the road in front of us.
We were back at the apartment soon after 10pm with the power still out. A downpour also struck, thank goodness we were back ...
... minutes or so for three days - a marathon of physicality that no doubt could inspire many gender-biased sex jokes. Let me just say that neither cat seemed to mind. The only uncomfortable ones were us humans, the observers-turned-voyeurs, who couldn't decide whether to put our camera settings on au naturel or Triple X. I just had to take a snap, but also tried to avert my gaze. After all, my mother always told me that is was not polite to stare.
... an appointment with the only local doctor for just an hours time. At 4.30pm we arrived at Dr Steve Johann Swanrpoel's practice. His wife was the receptionist and she showed me into Dr Steve, who didn't look a picture of health himself, overweight with florid cheeks. We later found out he was 75, deaf, had high blood pressure and still was a heavy smoker! Anyway enough about him, he checked my ears which were infection free, then my blood pressure and ...
... occupational therapy, speech therapy, a full medical facility, and a psychologist. No staff member there does just one job and they care so much about the students. One third of the students are orphans. There is a dormitory for the students, and about 80 of the 200+ students live in that residence. I really gained a lot of knowledge from this visit, and left with so much compassion for the kids and for what the teachers were doing to help them.
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