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... a joint owner in 4 lodges in Kenya.
I wanted to reflect on my learnings of the last three months in South Africa - I balance my comments with the fact that I choose to live here as I like the climate and the people so much but have a degree of frustration with how much red tape and paperwork there is to do anything. People here also accept poor quality work as standard and that can sometimes be very frustrating! It is not everywhere and I have also ...
... babies have milk three times a day. Preparing the bottles and weighing out the meat can take a while, but it all gets demolished within seconds of you appearing with it! In between mealtimes, often the younger two sets of cubs have visitors shown around by the guides, so time is spent helping people to hold them properly, taking photos of them with the cubs and answering any questions that the visitors might have about them. At the end of the first week, ...
... hands on a bottle!
On Monday, we went to what is essentially a housewives convention with Cora. Every housewife (if you’re allowed to say that word these days) in Pretoria (and Pretoria has money) has dolled herself up and come out to this market. There are crafts and elegancies from all over and we walked around to every stall. We bought a few little gifts for friends and a gourmet salt grind for ourselves for the rest of our ...
... was no longer vacuum sealed. Nothing seems to be missing – thank goodness I kept my valuables with me but the thought of someones hands in my clothes is a bit distasteful. I was puzzled with the locks still on and only the top layers seemed to have been moved but someone here told me that thieves use a special tool to unzip the bag and then rezip it without touching the locks – which is why they can only get into the top layers. They had attempted to repack ...
... and chose a spot to park our car. There were some cubs running around, and Alex had his window open taking pictures of them. All the sudden I looked to my left, and a full size lion was walking right around our car! I asked Alex to close his window. He didn't understand why at first, but as soon as he saw the lion he closed it. For me, that was pretty scary! Probably didn't have to be, though. There were plenty of ...