Dalmore Farm Guest House
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We woke this morning with big ambitions for the day ahead. Firstly, we made our breakfast of toast accompanied by a tea and took it to the hostels look out point. It was a stunning day, so the view was extra spectacular. At the view point there is a bath tub placed on the cliffs edge. On request you can get them to fill it up and you can bath looking down into the forest. Would have been amazing, but we didn't have enough time, a lot to do today! Instead, we say in an empty bath ...
... to offer and less inclined to keep up with the group - I named him Plod.
Afterwards we went for another more popular walk to a nearby waterfall. A passerby said "Ah you're British - I'd recognise those pale, pasty arms anywhere" - so much for Clare's base layer. The waterfall was lovely and nice and shady after our walks in the heat (it's been 27 degrees the last few days I think).
So we've ...
... Popular "Take-Away" restaurants are KFC, Wimpy's, the odd McDonalds, but absolutely no Timmies. About HIV aids... The gov't says they have 30% hiv infection, the doctors say it is double. The papers say SA is sitting on a ticking time bomb. 3 of every 5 babies born in Soweto are hiv positive. 60% of all soldiers and 45% of all teachers are also hiv positive. The minister of health is a big part of the problem because she has no qualification for her ...
One of the group was leaving today so Jandre had to do the six hour round trip to do the airport run. Sarah also had to leave due to a family issue, so was also being taken to the airport meaning it was just us and the game guards today. However a lot of them are on night duty this week. So Vukami was with us for the day. In the morning we went and did the last of the small mammal traps and found several ...
... wild, and ecosystems, keystone species and food webs was probably informative but did not really move our class much. Even the gruesome pictures of Rhino horn cut off.
Their interest peaked, especially for the accounting kids, when we spoke about the amount of money tourism can bring to their country, and how long term, a rhino is worth more alive than dead. We also talked about the reason you shouldn't kill snakes and how you should react to ...