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... sugar, cane, rice, tomato, corn and peanuts.
Traditional dress descriptions: Depending on the tribe that the people are from they would wear different traditional dresses and uniforms. Very young children tend to wear no clothing but have protective medicine on them. Older children wear wear different clothing depending on their age group. Girls wear beaded jewelry until they are three years of age and a grass skirt. ...
At 5.30 came the wake-up call. Coffee and muffins while watching sunbirds set the mood. We split into 2 groups – a safari and a walking group. Ours was to walk in the African bush. We were ready to experience a wilder side of Africa.
Simeon was our guide. His smile was wide, he laughed often as we climbed into the 4x4 vehicle. A high calibre rifle sat beside him on the seat as we drove off. He knew where giraffe would be for the early morning ...
... years. July/August is the best time to view the animals, because the vegetation is sparse. There is also an RCI lodge (Jackalberry Ridge) in Marloth Park, where Worldmark owners can use their accommodation points. We're off tomorrow to Nelspruit then to Cape Town. Two days in the wine country at Stellenbosch, followed by five days in Cape Town. Apparently it snowed in Cape Town yesterday, for the first time in ages. ...
... last week he watched eat an impala. He showed us a small hole in the sandy dirt and told us how it was a scorpions den. He asked if we had checked under our tents before putting them up. Said that a scorpion bite doesn't hurt since they have such sharp fangs it's like getting a needle. After our walk we grabbed a couple drinks and sat at the water hole while giraffes walked in the field ahead of us and hippos cooled themselves down. ...
... 5:15pm we crossed the border into Swaziland and I was super excited :) It just feels so surreal that we are here! So on entering my thoughts were this isn't as poor or bad as I thought it may be (which sounds horrible I know) but as we drove further in, I have to say I didn't feel the safest.. And then once we arrived at the TransMagnific office and waited for a taxi.. I was feeling a little anxious and unsafe.. but alas.. We are alive and although ...