Whale Cottage Plettenberg Bay
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... walk and were pacing around the exclosure. At first on the walk we felt slightly awkward about the situation and how humane it was but when they say you walk a cheetah it's really a cheetah walking you. You basically hold harness and following the cheetah around as it walks through a large forest sniffing at trees and marking it's territory with it occasionally running off or resting when you have a chance to stroke them. Although we still had ...
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... Monkeyland was different to what I expected as it would seem in SA they take a very calm and chilled outlook on life I’m not familiar with. Our safety talk consisted of "don’t do anything stupid." And that was it (literally). We were then told to go off and work. None of us had any idea what this meant so we just latched onto other volunteers with whom we fed the monkeys that were in cages for varied reasons and then we walked around birds ...
... 5th April
On Thursday we prepared a new outdoor enclosure for Simone by removing anything she could climb up more than 3 feet on and covering the floor in lovely soft bark chips. She wasn’t happy about being left outside after getting so much attention all week but we only put her out for an hour or so at a time. A member of the public also brought in their pet bunny that had been attacked by dogs. Strangely enough we ...
... to provide a better, freer life. Later we drove to Natures Valley area. We were going to walk along the beach, but the area we went to was flooded from the previous nights rain. On the way back, we ran into a “cow jam.” Walked through the town and stopped at a small shop for a cup of tea. We then relaxed at the guest house before going to ...