Laughing Waters Guest House
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... the female to fly off, then
check on the health of the first chick. If he or she seems to be
doing alright we scoop up the younger sibling and settle it into a
little Styrofoam box. Depending on which hand-rearer the chick is
destined for we either fly or drive the little one to its new home.
Every harvest I was involved with went to a place called Loskop Dam
Game Reserve and so I was in charge of keeping the chick safe while
we drove approximately 6 hours ...
... and koeksusters, we didn’t stay long enough to watch Die Campbell’s play. We headed to our accommodation for the night at Mashutti Country Lodge. There were nobody else at the lodge, it was just us! We had the entire place to ourselves and we made it count. The food at Mashutti was good and most of the staff were friendly (they need to relook at their no alcohol in the rooms policy). The time was up, and the journey ...
... of the ear canals and deafness. These people who become deaf are often cast aside by their friends and families and have an obviously even harder time earning a living or even surviving. Some families believe they are “possessed” and are often neglected and abused. They become ostracized socially and economically. Bill Starkey founded The Starkey Hearing Foundation 50 years ago to help restore the gift of hearing to those in need in these communities. ...
... kind of like herding cats.
We left the club and headed to the airport, where we had a our private charter waiting. Richard got to the airport and we loaded up for the 1 hour flight to Ulusaba. When we landed at the small airstrip we were greeted by Karl (head guide) and the welcoming committee from the lodge with refreshments, we jumped in of Land Rovers and headed up to the lodge. I happened to be in the same car as Richard and he decided ...
... red birds perched on it, eating their own meal of--insects? Hard to know. The warthog was followed by more impala. Funny how, when we first saw an impala we were so excited, but as the day went on they became so common of a sighting that we hardly noticed them. Their numbers are very high and are, of course, a major source of sustenance for predators. They actually looked like food to us, the sacrificial lambs so to speak.
Alfred pulled into our ...