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... a chance to get close and learn more about these wonderful animals. It was a really cool experience lumbering through the park on these huge animals, of course they were eating the entire time we walked and we even had the chance to spot a crocodile in the water and a small group of water buffalo along the way. After the walk we had the chance to say thank you to the elephants by feeding them some treats which was really fun. They would respond to our command of either ...
... introducing them and greeting us by a long arm touch all the way to the shoulder. Then they gave each of us a seed to put under our tongues which they said would help us learn to click. After a couple of seconds the seed exploded with a loud crack much to our surprise and their delight!
It was a strange experience to be with them as physically they are so different, having tiny frames and bone structures, very slim faces and tiny rosettes of hair. It felt as though we had ...
... on board the bus. We will see him off with sharpened bananas and become authors of our own destiny for once. Then, as we start our ride to freedom we'll realise we don't know how to get any food or through any borders and we'll have to go back and pick him up. The meek kittens we have become has robbed us of any ability to be independent now. Zoe: Back on the road after a sad farewell to our guide, driver, truck and 3 of ...
On waking we saw lots
of animal tracks on top of our tyre tracks, but none had knocked on
We then drove back
Hwange park and drove west to end of the park, We had to stop to let
over 20 elephants of all shapes and sizes cross the road. Continuing
on we saw giraffes, warthogs, zebra, wildebeeste, waterbuck,hippos,
kudus,vultures, impala, sable antelope,crocodiles,polecat, mongoose
and a herd of over 250 buffalo who decided to cross the road ...
... waterfall that were sticking out of the low level river. The reason they called Laurie cheap is that each guide wanted a bit of money that Sheila and Mike were paying and she didn't think they should pay them anything as they weren't 'official' guides and shouldn't have done what they did. Jim and Barb also walked on the north edge to Livingstone Island and then boated to the Royal Livingstone Hotel for lunch. Cam, Glenda, Joanne, Bonnie and Sherri went on an elephant safari ...