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... At camp we also met another tour truck who were also having a dress up party night. The costumes were revealed by dumping them all on the table and just sifting through trying to find something. And let me tell you i have never seen so many ugly clothes in my life! there was a lot of leopard print, sequins and a lot of onesies, some of the outfits were in fact leopard print onesies. In other words the worlds ugliest dress ups, as we started to try things on in ...
... other elephants munching on the trees around Paul and Anne's tent.
We have to head back to our room and pack, but we are entertained by the elephants about camp all afternoon. One peers into our tent in the outdoor shower area. We head up for afternoon tea and bid adieu to the other guests and guides that are heading out for an evening canoe.
The journey home begins. Royal airstrip to Lusaka, Lusaka to Dubai, Dubai to Boston, Boston to Holden. See you at home in about 30 ...
... his dung to mark his boundaries. So he will always return to the same spot to "dung" and this marks the boundary of his area. So you typically see large piles of impala dung. The elephant only digests 40% of what he eats (mostly grass, insects, seeds, fruits) and his dung is a nice neat plop. Other animals like baboons and guinea fowl will then pick through the dung and eat what has not been digested. Apparently steaming hot dung is the best. And the hippo is very messy with his dung. ...
... We move around and try a few different locations, but no luck. So we decide to take a break from fishing tiger fish, and move to the shore to fish something smaller. We tether to a small island and fish from the boat along the shore. We are not getting out of the boat, because crocs are monstrously large here. We use worms for bait now, and fish some more. Not much luck. Then Matt says, "I think I hear something", at the ...
... our back and we will act like a sail. (Guess who had the sail idea earlier?). So we stand up. Anything to help our cause. And we go no where. The River current is too strong and the trolling motor just holds us in place but doesn't move us forward. Luckily, after a few more minutes we see a boat on the horizon. It is another boat from camp that has set out to find us. They come alongside and we transfer from one boat to the other and tow our broken down ...