Ermo Game Farm
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... game drive.
... hunting etc. After talking with Benjamin, we came away with the feeling that the future Is by no means gloomy.
We then left with Luke the young Frenchman (whom has limited but passable English) and explored some of the rock formations. Craig and Luke climbed into some harder to get places. Clare was wearing flip flops and chose to sit alone and enjoy the serenity of this amazing place. As she sat there in quiet contemplation, ...
... managed to capture a few photos - my favourite one being when the leopard turned to look back at us. Amazing moment - after a pretty dull morning! :)
We had lunch and a swim at Okakeyu before heading back to our camp. As we left the Park, Apeksha’s heart sank a little. No more safari left on this trip….it was time to head off to the desert and then to the mountains and rivers. We were swapping zebra for horses! ...
... it difficult to drag ourselves away when lunch was ready. As we were clearing up after eating, reports reached us of the arrival of a large male elephant at the waterhole and we all rushed back to see him. His presence was clearly making some of the other animals a little nervous. They were continuing to drink, but at some distance from the elephant. Whenever the elephant shifted his weight from one foot to the other, or turned his ...
... secretary bird, korai bustards, a pale chanting goshawk & northern black korhaan.
Setting up camp , a cheeky mongoose helped itself to a piece of shortbread from our tucker box.
Cathy's birthday was celebrated in the courtyard restaurant of the German Fort at Namutoni Camp. Our trainee waiter, Toby, had the same gentle nature & big wide smile that we've enjoyed so much with these people.