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Long bus ride to our beautiful accomodations near Blyde River. There are 16 of us including our guide, Yue and our driver Gilbert. We travel in a small bus, quite comfortable and we pull a trailer with our luggage. The roads are good, mostly 2 lanes and paved. SA is very mountainous and the roads are windy. I am thrilled that I haven't felt sick at all, which is amazing because I've removed the anti-nausea patch due to side effects, very dry mouth. I cannot close my eyes for ...
... not get us any further cell time) and he told us to move on. This guy’s use of the power he had by way of his police uniform was really scary. And this is supposed to be the civilized part of Africa!
As for my impending and painful demise by way of Malaria. The Doctor back in Australia said that if ever you feel unwell, like you have a bad case of the flue coming on, take the Malarone tables. So I did for the three days it took us to make our way to a clinic that Gael ...
... elephants. All the big cats were hiding though.
The following morning (Tues) myself and Birgit (a German girl also staying at the treehouses) visited the Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre for rescued and injured animals. Here we got to see lots of large and unusual birds as well as a male and female lion, a leopard and cheetahs, among other things. Although the centre undoubtedly does good work in helping care for and saving injured animals, ...
... would look if we hadn't killed all the Indians but rather relocated millions of people to far off places and forced them all to change their lives and culture. It's something to think about... On to the excellent stuff... We arrived at Kruger park at around 3 in the afternoon... 30 seconds after entering the park we saw an elephant (He's paid to be there)... so we quickly arrived at our camp sight a bit tired, but luckily we had a second to drop our bags off before we went out ...