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A late morning flight from Amsterdam and a very long day continues with a 11 hour flight. Uneventful except for some late night turbulence nearing South Africa from storms moving through. We arrived on time in JoBurg and went through customs, checked for Ebola and grabbed all our luggage. We met up with our contact Stuart who took us promptly to our residence to get some much needed rest.
... journey to cape town. I was hoping to go back to the V&A for one final lunch but because of the delay I couldn't. A shame really, but last nights meal was an epic end too. My flight with Mango back to Jo'Burg went without a hitch and now I'm sat on the plane waiting to head back to Cairo and then Heathrow. Linda and Maisey are meeting me the other end which is really nice of them. I also had a lovely meal at the airport. Chicken, rice vegetables and feta - ...
... some female and a few larger cubs. They also housed white lions which were very impressive and of which we witnessed two of them mating! We saw a few cheetahs and a couple of wild dogs having an afternoon snooze and then it was our time to get up close to some cubs. We were left to our own devices by our driver and were ushered into a pen that had six 4 month old cubs in. They were relaxing on top of a rock in the sun (which had now decided to make ...
... with a low ceiling…I had to bend down to enter and we all know that I
am vertically challenged! It was
claustrophobic and frankly a little scarry….apparently this entrance is a typical
entrance into the mines from this time in the country’s history and I had a
steel barrier gate to go through….very similar to the staff entrance into Bldg
15 on Oxford Street in London, Ontario!!
This did make me ...
... MEAT! (the carcass was already stinking horribly!). So! - our first lesson in rural Botswanan behavior: a dead beast by the roadside should not be touched… and certainly not slit open! Anyway, we cleared off quickly to escape the wrath of the owner and possible demands for compensation!
Notes on camping. For those readers not familiar with Africa, camping is the great SA pastime, and the Whities will regularly load up their big 4x4s, often with expensive ...