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Yes... my youngest, Claudia, turned 19 on Monday 12 May, and that is good enough reason to enter the land of organised chaos.
Quite a contrast from the Northern Cape where nothing much happens.
Check out the pictures.... we had more than one good party, which I guess can be considered a "feast"
... the lodge in a cardboard box when it was quiet young but enough time to be not fed properly and damaged in some way as it was not fit enough to be released into the wild. There are too many sad stories like this, the baby animals are very cute but they grown up to be a tiger, a lion, a monkey, a meerkat and people now can't cope with them. We left around midday after having a wonderful experience and a certificate to prove we walked with the ...
... it. Plus a dog in many yards.
One night I went for traditional Boer food. I had: (1) biltong (dried and cured meat similar to jerky) and snoek (a fish) pates; (2) skewered ostrich, springbok ( http://www.biodiversityexplorer.org/mam mals/ruminantia/images/IMG12648_327w.jp g ) and warthog; and (3) venison pie. Or I should say I had some ...
... Lofthus Versfeld stadium where Ghana, USA and Germany played their group matches during the 2010 WorldCup. Erik and me went on the field to try to play some rugby and kick the ball through the poles haha.. Saw the Pretoria University, Union Buildings, a park and had a Big Mac menu as lunch, hmmmm. Said goodbye to Patience and we went back to the hostel for a good night ...
... visit Heather and I went to the Pretoria zoo. We called a taxi and headed on over to one of the 10 best zoos in the world. It was a really huge zoo. Most of the exhibits had been renovated relatively recently to be more like the actual habitat of the animals. We timed it so we got to see them feed the lions which rocked. Also Heather touched a gibbon. Unfortunately the zoovenir shop was closed so I ...