Africa'S Zoo Lodge Backpackers
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... two little angles. By the time I was done, Allison and Anthony already finished making the favor bags. To cut a long story short, we W O N !!!!!!! I am still waiting for the prize - by the way.....
We then went to go meet the economist at 5:00. I honestly thought that Jack got lost and stopped to ask for directions when Andrew reminded me that we had a business visit. They had a nice feast set-up for us. I really enjoyed the discussions and ...
... within South Africa’s borders and outside of the country.
We hopped off the bus to re-visit the impressive Apartheid Museum. It is probably one of the best museum’s we have ever visited. It tells the apartheid story starting with the humiliation of the Boers in the second Boer war by the British in 1902. This is followed by the creation of the South African state through unification of the former Boer republics, followed by the British exiting ...
... so fingers crossed. In case you didn't know, the big 5 consist of: - Lion - Leopard - Buffalo - Elephant - Rhino They should make it the big 6 and add cheetah. Our last day in the park so we got up early again ........... Still no lions but we did get to see some cute little hyena puppies, they were too quick for our camera skills and unfortunately we did not get a picture of them. No amazing animal finds but it was a nice slow drive out of the park, towards the airport and Durban ...
... This is us :) There are some hefty visa requirements and the company through which you organize visas (BLS) has branches in Bruma and Hatfield. So NB to be well prepared with all required documents. The visa takes up to 5 working days to come through. Don't be like us silly Billy's and leave it to the last minute. http://blsindia-southafrica.com/
Wish us luck!
Today I had the only duties that I hadn’t done yet the game drive and touch a cub. So this morning I got up and helped clean out
then had a few hours spare to have breakfast and relax.
God it was getting hot already and not much of a breeze even
to hot in the shade.
At 11 I headed over
to the main drive through gate to collect tickets and count cars in. While I was there the vets transferred the 2
oldest cubs that ...