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... guide held my feet while I leaned over the edge and looked down the falls! We had another booze cruise, which I shall not discuss in detail. Let's just say it ended in skinny dipping and massive hangovers for everyone. My next big highlight of the trip happened yesterday. I went on a lion encounter. We literally went and walked with young wild lions. We got to pat them and everything. It was absolutely incredible. They were all 6 months ...
... of us held onto the raft, but as Melvin tried to flip the boat back, we all got underneath it. Back in the water we lost the boat and each other. The first thing I saw was the terrified face of Annet. We tried to hook our paddles, but I got twisted in the waves. Annet grabbed my helmet and pulled me towards her. I couldn’t breathe for about half a minute, but luckily didn’t panic. I took her arm and when she let go of my helmet, I just held her above the ...
... on elephants as well, but what I came for was cats. Big cats.
So when I finally arrived, we had a quick briefing by the guide about what our walk would be like. He said that the lions were very active this morning because the weather was very cool due to a large storm the previous night, so we could expect a fun walk. On the way down we were each given a thin stick about three feet long. We were told that if the lions turn towards us and begin to get ...
... largest and most majestic and beautiful waterfall on the planet. Bungee jumping is quite popular there but rest assured (surtout maman) that I don't plan on doing that. I have some fun things planned for Tues though!! The sunsets occur quite early here, around 6:30pm. A herd of elephants could be seen crossing the river in the distance. Bug spray wasn't needed in the mountainside in Tanzania but I'm glad I have a big supply of it with me here! I had a ...
Walking, we only saw the rhino although there was evidence of many of the other animals that live in the park. We drove back to town through the park along the river, where there were many more animals, including all those pictured here, crocodiles, Cape Buffalo, and several kinds of antelope. (No lions or other predators – ...
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