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... identified a leopard sleeping in an acacia tree about 30 yards from us, as close as we could imagine getting. We also found two lionesses lying on the road, a mere feet from our van. We headed back to camp after a couple hours of looking for and at animals and enjoying the stunning pink and purple sunrise over the acacia trees and long grass of the Serengeti. Then, unfortunately, it was time to bid adieu to the Serengeti and start the 4 hour drive back. The experience ...
... What's the harm?", I thought. I was just finishing up my business and about to flush when I heard voices. Not kidding. I quickly shut the lid and looked outside to see what was going on. There were people coming straight for the house I was in! Holy sh*t! I couldn't flush now, they'd hear me! I couldn't go out the front door, they'd see me. The beds were too low to hide under and I didn't want to get trapped in there! There was a ...
... to take photos on my camera and I played soccer with little Grace who is only 7. She is the youngest at the orphanage. It was the most fun I've had there, just reading to them and playing and hearing the stories. Tuesday afternoon will be the last time I see the little and big or I came home from the orphanage and finally was able to try chips mayai. It's literally hot chips with egg whites. It wasn't to bad! Around 7pm we started getting ...
We drove through tropical vegetation, market gardens with ordered dwellings, and then humpies and slums with rubbish everywhere. Activity centred on this main road, the only one sealed. Here was Africa from the inside. You could buy a coffin or a coffee, a photocopy or a beer.
Hours later, we rattled into the countryside. Green rolling hills, herds of cattle and goats flourished in the small villages dotted every ...
Andy: we're going game driving today to see if we can spy us some hippos and rhinos. Rhinos are notoriously shy so I tried to look as stupid as possible so they would feel more confident and come and see us. This was easy with fan hat, a hat with a fan in it that everyone is clearly so jealous of. After about 8 hours driving we'd seen zebra, birds, swimmy birds and some flies. But finally on the horizon three rhinos ...