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... film was it was still a great day! We got home and being the gem that Kaylee is, she organised my Safari tour to start the next day, Monday morning! I cannot thank her enough, the safari is hands down one of the top things I have ever done in my life and has left me with memories I will honestly cherish until I am bones! It all starts with me being picked up by a van and meeting my travel team which consisted of two of the coolest girls I have met! A four man team ...
... steep hills that they took their ox-drawn wagons apart and carried them down piece by piece. Nowadays this is a center of the forestry industry. Imported trees such as eucalyptus and pine are planted in neat rows and harvested for construction.
Our lodgings were scattered around the huge Aventura resort complex, making for interesting logistics with a group of 30 people interested in eating ...
... Only to be told by the Doctor that no, that’s not the way it’s supposed to be done.
Apparently I have successfully (if I have it) masked the virus. So now they can’t test me for it until I get sick again (if I get sick again) and boy was I sick. This unwelcome event could happen anywhere from three to twenty one days. In the meantime the virus could be lunching on my liver. Pleasant thought!
We are enjoying Kruger National Park and its ...
... an extremely early start (4:45am!!!!) to travel to another private reserve (Balule reserve) to go on an early morning game walk led by an armed ranger (just in case of any charging animals!). On route to the walk we got word of a pair of cheetah nearby, so we detoured to watch them. Incredible, and very lucky as only approx 250 cheetah in the whole of the Kruger area. They were after some jackal pups nearby but the adult jackals managed to scare them ...