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... and dangerous as the patient but also as the guides/porters left to direct it down the steep rocky mountain descent. We were told a story of one woman being trollied down - Despite several porters trying to slow and direct the path of the rescue bed it became apparent they were fast loosing control and weren't going to be able to make the sharp right turn required to head over the bridge- instead they were flying straight towards a large tree. Without hesitation one of ...
... was very kind and welcoming to us. Dad thought for a little bit that Naila was a boy but quickly realized that he was wrong. To be honest, I was a little nervous that she would think of us as arrogant westerners just assuming that because she has really short hair, she is a boy. I was glad that she didn't really notice, and if she did, she was definitely not offended by it. She's a very nice girl and is my age.
... being welcomed by him we begin our drive to the hotel. In discussion, we figure out that his odd name doesn't come from his approach to the creator, but an odd tribal and parental propensity for naming children with positive names. His business partner, who is also our driver and guide for seven days of safari is named, "Good Luck". Feeling confident about our choice of "God Bless"and "Good Luck", we look forward to our first real day of adventure; ...
... life. We had cocktails and appetizers by the fireplaces on the outer deck of the main lodge tonight followed by a wonderful sit down dinner inside. At the end of the meal, one of the local native choir groups sang and danced for us. So much fun! We were escorted back to our room by our Safari guard. We got inside and heard some noise. Looked out the bathroom window and there was a giant, aggressive Cape Buffalo banging her horns on the under floor of our Loo. Kind of ...
... been stretchered down.' Horrified, I said, 'You cannot give us hope and then take it away, come on!' She just laughed! I think that it is stories like these that play on your mind continually and make it that bit tougher. It also makes you hold onto everything that you can. For instance we saw a Chameleon which is very rare. Our guide, Edward, told us that it means good luck. 'It is going to be a good climb' he said. We were delighted. Unfortunately, one hour later Jim spotted ...
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