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... up tall, all facing the same way into the sun and warmed themselves up. They do this to warm up their digestive system Rudolf said. We sat for nearly two hours watching them do this. The babies gave us a show by having little play fights and cuddles every now and then. So cute! While we watched we listened to Rudolf who informed us on many things including the day in the life of a meerkat, meerkat manors, he told us stories of owners of meerkats calling him for ...
... climbing a short rise we then descended into a tree covered gorge. Sounds of rustling and the frantic waving of tree branches strong hints of elephant activity. Walking on a little way we found a herd of seven elephants feeding freely on plants, bushes and trees. Approaching quietly without disturbing their feeding we were able to stay close and observe them for about twenty to thirty minutes. Without warning the ...
... jokes I make. It would also be nice for someone to know that when I'm quiet it's for this reason or when I'm sad it's because of this reason. It was a low point I was expecting and it'll soon pass as I'm having such a good time so often it's just for now that's how I feel. Although as of right now, this very minute I just feel hot. It's a beautiful day by the beach and we bought beer and food and I'm busy topping up my sunburn. Later ...
... maybe showering is more the appropriate term, whilst others just enjoyed the views.
The water is very brown which comes from the tannin, but is perfectly safe.
On the way back we walked until the Blue Duiker trail started and decided to do that loop which should have brought us back to the car park. The path is quite steep inside the forest. After about 45 min, we had to cross the main road. We decided that we do not really want to walk in the forest whilst ...
... I became friends on Degania Alef, a
kibbutz in the Jordan Valley of Israel 35 years ago. Ria returned to work a
1,000 Hectare sheep farm to be with Freddie Smuts, relative to the famous
general Jannie Smuts. Ria is still larger than life in every
way, she could talk without stopping for days on end, ‘And you remember Bruce!’
and I shake my head, but his face comes back to me as I hear her stories
of work on the bananas ...