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... as Laura was just returning herself from the 'proper place' for such activities
Jerry began telling her about the hyena.
Still early, and knowing Jerry
-- skeptical, Laura looked toward our tent and sure enough, there was a
She jumped into the car and stayed until it wandered on
Later that day Jerry's brother Tom reported it to the Camp Manager,
who was already aware and had had it darted and ...
... a bronze leopard as well as 2 bracelets, one for each other. I have a cheetah patterned one and aunty Jo has a zebra. I had a hard time choosing something so I almost didn't buy anything until I came across a book on game drives. It is very informative and has pictures of every animal I will hopefully see and information about them. It is so cool! I can honestly say money well spent.
We went on our afternoon game drive and started of by seeing a bushbuck. ...
... After prising ourselves away from the giraffe we headed to a watering hole that Toby had read that morning was particularly good. You had to briefly get out of your car in order to get into the gated area that led to the hide which felt very wrong. The first thing I saw when I walked in was loads of hippos lazing in the shallow water. Wow. Then I looked up and saw a massive eagle flying overhead. Wow. Then I looked right and saw three elephants ...
... and rusks and visited with some giraffes who were chomping away at leaves in nearby trees, and on the way back to the lodge spotted another beautiful herd of zebra. To Mike's heart's content, we ended our safari experience with a warthogs sighting as they ran in different directions, always nervous!
What an amazing 48 hours on safari - we were so sad to leave, but will make it a priority to get back. This is definitely a trip we'll never ...
... was on the way back though, as we were fortunate enough to see an African wild cat! :) She ran across the road in front of the vehicle and stayed in the bush on the side, so we could see her with the binoculars, it lasted for maybe five minutes :) That's quite a while for such a small predator and I loved it, it was just as cool as seeing the leopard :) Now I'm only missing a serval and a caracal and I'd be the happiest person ever :) Funnily enough, wild ...