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... of wildebeest and impala! We then had a small afternoon tea before heading out on my first game drive. It was fantastic!!!!!... we saw rhino, wilderbeest, impala, birds, cheetah and leopard!! We arrived back at 8pm to be greeted by hot towels and a perfectly cooked dinner of many things including ...
... local guys screech the tires of their 4 cylinder hatchbacks from 1996 all over the road. Mind you, these fellas were 22-28 years old, not teenagers!
Anyways, the next day Art and I took off through the countryside to hit all the hot spots in the Blyde River Canyon area. First we stopped at the Pinnacle, which is a tall pinnacle of rock in the middle of a valley...interesting. Then, there was Gods’ window (location of the final scene in the cult ...
... because previous injuries have taught me that I can sleep through sprains but not breaks. About lunchtime I decide I'm taking a spot in the bakkie on Monday and visiting the Dr just to at least be sure nothing is broken. It shouldn't be a major issue as A has to go in to see the Dr himself to get his burns checked to ensure they're healing.
Other than that, I continue to read Narnia, specifically The Horse and his Boy... It would have been perfect to watch a movie but all ...
... of 5 females. I said when I got back that I’m just glad I didn’t hit it and it wasn’t a male. (If I had, the quad and myself would have suffered more damage than the kudu… and males having horns would make the pain that much worse.)
The heat got to me a bit today too. After some orientation, I was dropped of to help F and one of the workers, B, with some fencing. No shade and hot hot hot sun (we think about 40C). I drank, had some sugar lollies ...
... each role and set out to flank the group of animals. On one of our late night drives, a huge bull elephant appeared around the bend just feet in front of us and trumpeted his disapproval of our presence. Had to change my underwear after that encounter. We were heading uphill in the Land Rover (Hear that, Gary) in the black of night when our headlights lit up an animal at the top of the hill. Instead ...