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quesadillas and then the group arrived and we had a nice time out on the
deck laughing, telling stories, getting to know Angela and Bob, the two
that were traveling with them. Angela teaches with Naxdli and Bob is a
friend of Jerry's Finally headed to the tent to get some sleep before
the next adventure. They were heading to Berg n dahl the next morning
and Skukuza after that. We all agreed to meet for breakfast the next
... more "data" from Vodacom.
Headed out the Orpen Gate toward Bushback Ridge which Robert had found on the Internet as having a Vodacom store and could get GPS directions to. The road took you past game reserves first and then into the world of small African settlements.
Driving along the speed increased to 100kmh, then dropped to 80kmh, then suddenly 60kmh then suddenly a policeman steps out into the road to stop us. He ...
... I’m afraid someone might sneeze into their hand and then touch the food.
We went back to our rooms and took a long needed nap. When I woke up I thought it was morning. It was nice to see the outdoors filtered through the mosquito net.
So we have seen four of the Big Five: lions, rhinos, buffaloes, elephants-no leopards. Sean did a good job of finding everything that was out there. He was going 15 K flashing ...
... be a dead stick, how stupid you are, you are not a stick and you are alive.. hahahahahaahaha... stupid!"
One day we were to track some lions on foot... bongo. "Today we will find the stupid lion, hahahahahahah, stupid lion!" As the day drew on, we unfortunately missed the lions, much to our guides dismay. "Where are these stupid lion, they are stupid hiding from me in a stupid place, hahahahahahah, stupid lion!"
... into the tree without being noticed by the woman. I informed her of the theft but it was too late to do anything. The park attendant threw stones at the monkey but the monkey outsmarted him by hiding behind a tree. The rare black rhino that we spotted was a treat. According to a park guide, the wound on its side was not due to an argument with another rhino as I had suspected, but a skin infection. Jan also advised that the ...