Laughing Waters Guest House
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... showing the location of
different claims and finally we passed the old Gold Commisioers
office. From here we then drove on to Kruger Park. This is the
largest National Park here and is just a bit bigger that Wales in
size. Driving around today we saw Cape Buffalo. Rhino, Impala,
Spotted Hyena, Two types of Guinea fowl, at least 100 elephant,
zebra, Kudu, monkey, giraffes, baboons, hippo's and eagles. We then
went to the camp for the ...
... which resemble the thatched roves of the native homes. They are also known as the bundles because they look like a file of women with bundles on their heads. Bourkes Luck Potholes was another walking and photo stop. This is a natural water feature of cylindrical potholes, carved in the bedrock of the river Truer that have been carved out over the ages by sand and water. A lovely spot with turbulent water ...
... groups discussions and one on one conversations. We were really able to get to know each other. Our small group became extremely close and we shared some awesome experiences together. Everyone is here has achieved a certain level of success in their lives and careers but everyone also wanted to share their knowledge, insights and talents. Here’s who I had the honor and privilege of spending the week with. Most of the people hailed from the UK and were honored at the Fast ...
... before the invasion of Iran. To say Richard is well connected to international leaders is kind like saying the Pope is catholic. Ric************ Boards with Heads of State, Kings, International Business Leaders and Nobel Peace Prize winners like President Clinton, Nelson Mandela, Kofi Annan, Arianna Huffington . He has personal friendships with many world leaders and is one of the most connected difference makers in the world. So I'm pretty sure he had ...
... box, peanuts), but we were looking forward to a prepared meal. We were also looking forward to eating three full meals in one day, which was something we'd not really experienced since arriving in Africa, for one reason or another.
Anyway, the morning meal was great and as we were making our way back to the room, we came upon a troupe of velvet monkeys swinging noisily through the trees overhead. We figured it was time for their morning meal too, judging ...