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Our next bit of “entertainment” came from one of the Hamadyas Baboons. There were some people outside his large cage but the poor thing was running up and down the cage focussing on one teen who was dressed in hot pink long pants and a top. The baboon made several loud noises which frightened some people off but the girl still stayed there. I wondered if the colour of her clothes set the baboon off as it was a similar shade to ...
... decided after the final study that Emma and I would pop in and say hello and that way I could take Moses to meet her. It was so nice to see her but so sad to see such a change. From a bright happy full of life lady to an exhausted, and sickly looking lady but when I showed her Moses that same smile lit up her face. It was the first time I realised that even though I'm leaving South Africa and the people here, it doesn't mean forever and nothing's stopping us coming ...
... by that point, and frankly my excitement caused
me the need to surface and yell cheers of amazement. The rest of the day saw more
great whale action from the surface; tail slapping, fin slapping and breaching,
rounded off the incredibly long day with more action from the gannets and
After yesterdays’ incredible encounter we
predicted today would seem dull in comparison, and the morning proved this,
seeing little more than a ...
... was a different kettle of fish, with a glass smooth lagoon, the sun shining and stunning scenery. We drove down on Friday afternoon and Jon's dad had already started the braai, so a few steaks and glasses of good wine (not quite the £30, supposedly hangover free, bottles recommended by uncle Malcolm) later we got an early night. We were on the water buy 8am and as a true gentleman I went first (to test the water and make sure it was safe for the girls). The sunny ...
... it is the lesser of two evils here as sometimes there are 30+ patients waiting for theatre, and that wait is more harmful than the simple trauma being done over night to clear time for the complicated stuff in the day. Anyway, I’ve carped on long enough about that. George (my brother) was here the week before last. He is the first of my family to visit, and alice and I looked forward to it for a long time when we knew he was coming. I ...