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... elephants but, because I was so interested to hear about his career and experiences, I avoided sharing my love and passion for animals with him. He would have been a lot more standoffish with me if he knew how obsessed I was with animals. Although his favorite hunt is an elephant, he doesn’t hesitate to shoot giraffes, lions, leopards and whatever crosses his way. All animals are open game if the person or group he is taking hunting has ...
... that we saw a further six lions on our way out of the park that afternoon, bringing our total to 22 lions in one day. I'm still pinching myself)
Sadly we had to leave Kruger and wind our way back to Jozi. Despite several attempts by local drivers to wipe us off the road (since when, when we are overtaking, is it okay to overtake us? ON A CORNER?! ******* minivans.) we made it both home and to dinner at the Good Luck Club with the rest of the electives + friends. ...
... optomotrist because I am sick and tired of changing between my "readers" and my sunglasses. After an eye test I ordered varifocal shades :-)
Yep, its time for it!
Johannesburg just turned black. Power failure! All shopping centres, hospitals, restaurants etc. are without power now. This big stores have generators, but all the smaller ones don’t. Costing a fortune.
Imagine, all restaurants are booked with Christmas parties ...
... conditioned vans with our drivers and security detail
and headed out to Soweto to visit some of the entrepreneurs from The Branson
Centre. We first visited Aaron Langa, a brilliant and creative designer,
manufacturer and artist who can make just about anything. He produces
eco-friendly, unique, high quality products for his customers including,
placemats, chairs, handbags, baskets and purses using old bamboo blinds. He is
given these old blinds that ...
... started with who could see things first. We saw lots of zebra, Impala and warthogs but seeing the rhino so close was probably the best thing about the day. Watching a herd of elephants walking across the hill side and seeing the hippo mum and baby was something very special memories to take away with me.
Tomorrow I have my cheetah interaction, not sure what that entails but will find out ...