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... up their sightings records
and begin to search for nests in the area. The enthusiasm and
generosity of this group had only increased since our last visit.
They began waking up at 3:30am with us to drive to key points and
listen for the distinctive booming of territorial hornbills and they
devoted a large portion of their busy schedules to sit down with our
maps in an attempt to distinguish group boundaries. Whenever we got
stuck someone would phone someone ...
... we lone elephant so they were both males traveling alone. Elephant herds are usually made up of mothers, calves, aunts and grandmothers. So we didn't get to see baby elephants but who cares this was an experience of a life time! Oh! And as we are leaving the park off in the far distance we saw some Cape buffalo one of the most aggressive and dangerous animals in Africa after the hippopotamus! I think today, for me at least, will be the highlight of our time in South ...
... we could see the people lined up waiting patiently for their turn for hearing aid fitment. After the tour the medical clinic it was our turned to help fit some of the people with hearing aids. Yanik and I teamed with Danny, Bills’ pilot who also volunteers on these missions. Danny showed us how to fit the devices and test to see if our patient could hear and how to adjust the volume properly. Our first patient was a 9 or 10 year old boy who was completely deaf. He ...
... a actually quite a character, always joking and having fun. The one hour round table was super cool and I actually got to sit in the chair right next to him, so that was kind of fun. Right after the round table we went out on our first safari. AWESOME!
On the ride from the airport to the lodge Richard was asking the guide if anyone had seen the wild dogs lately, seems they have a pack in the area but they are very elusive and it's extremely rare ...
... were dropped off at their hotel, he just basically trudged off, white forelock drooping into his eyes. We figured he was probably in his 80s. It was a very long day for all of us. The Belgian guys promised that if we sent them our photos they would in exchange send copies of their sketches. We were happy with that arrangement!
Once Bill and I got back to the hotel, we deposited ourselves in the bar/restaurant and ordered food. We'd not eaten much aside ...