Dalmore Farm Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... swoop down to eat the birds which are performing! One trainer confessed to almost losing a show owl in front of a crowd of kids to a very aggressive and hungry eagle. The birds also have personality, especially ones that are imprinted. An imprinted bird has been raised by humans, so it thinks it's one. This can be problematic for a show bird. When it sees that a trainer has a piece of meat, it wants to take the trainer out to get the meat! Note a large eagle can kill a small ...
... 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 ...
... didn't want to stay still while we watched them so we spent an hour having to follow them around quietly and discreetly. Almost the entire list of behaviours were feeding and standing, boriinggg and then almost immediately after we finished monitoring them the calf started to suckle which is more interesting and interactive. Too late to record but nice to see.
After this we went to put a camera up were the Zebra ...
As we weren't going to Nambiti until the afternoon we had time to do the traps in the morning. This time I remembered to take my camera, and we had our first rat. I got to mark them with a green pen :)
We then went through the cameras from the site that we had taken them down from last week. I had seven hundred photos on mine, and over 300 had pictures of animals so it took a while to go through them and decide how many DIFFERENT animals came past each day.