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... What a sight I had just seen!
The giraffes were also plentiful today - stunning animals who seem quite shy.
The lodges we stayed in tonight were beautiful - but best of all....built on stilts so animals roam freely underneath. The place has many watering holes scattered around and the animals flock to them...it is just a case of waiting. We didn't have to wait long!
It was now dark, and the watering holes lit up by dim flashlights, ...
... with their family.
We then had a tour of the facility, where there were offices, a classroom, dormitories, and a dining room with lovely food being prepared by the fantastic staff. They painted on the hatch to the kitchen 'a window of hope' illustrating the importance of providing food to these children and the wider implications of this fantastic project.
There was also a special training ...
... jaw dropping and I could cry writing this and will have memories of this holiday that will stay with me forever. This has truly been a dream come true.
We head for dinner and she is back. This time it's not military. It's street walker linen.
She is wearing a very short linen dress which is too small for her and boobs would be hanging (and hanging is the right word) out. She has on a very nasty blue thong underneath. I watch her like a *****-k. Honestly it's ...
... this way. If you looked you could see she did have a leg but it was very small. She managed well we named her Beadle. Well I did mark told me I was horrible and he thought she would end up being eaten. I hope not. Out of all the elephants she was the best one. It was quite remarkable to see her and she had survived for a good few years. Well done Beadle - proof that it's not always survival of the fittest. There is hope for all of us who are slightly left of centre.
... buggers and totally entertaining. We also went to visit a blind, black rhino who has his own 104 acre digs. He lost his sight in a fight with another black rhino and the Obervancy has looked after him ever since. He is quite docile now as he is so used to people and we were even able to feed him. After we left the rhino we observed a truck with 8 rangers standing in the back of it all wearing camouflage gear ...