Kob Inn Beach Resort
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... heard the King of the Jungle before we saw him but were entranced by the Jackels with their lovely tan and grey coats. They look like dogs but are definitely not domesticated animals.
We came to the Lion enclosure – there was a “half” brick wall and rail separating us from the enclosure which had electric fencing – it didn’t look particularly strong but in our case, I wasn’t particularly worried as ...
... s in East London. We had such a nice time staying with them last time and I had hoped I would be able to come back with Moses and see them and the Ecclesia again and that's exactly what we got to do.
We headed off Saturday morning and began the 7 hour drive. The trip itself is only 660km but due the windy roads and road works it always takes a lot longer then expected. At one point we stay in a road block for over half an hour until the drivers seemed to make ...
... dive loved for so many years, probably because I am used to the laws
prohibiting it at home, but that's exactly what we were to try next! As it
happened they swam around us and underneath and I was unable to see them
underwater, but I was just overwhelmed by the incidence of watching them
surface so close while treading water.
We then went after the common dolphins,
which are crucial to following the sardine run. I had my first proper swim ...
... disappear you will know where we should have been. However, the highlights include, checking out the Zulu land battlefields, scuba diving for a week in tofo mozambique, camping in mana pools national park zimbabwe, ferrying down lake kariba, a few nights at victoria falls (the whitewater rafting looks hectic on youtube), some more camping in chobe national park botswana and the okavango delta, etosha in Namibia, Sossusvlei and swokupmund in Namibia, and ...
... before, can do the call from home. The second to last weekend is traditionally quiet as no one has any money for alcohol. This, combined with the rain means that the ‘tsotsis’ (small time crooks) stay inside. There were a few MVAs (motor vehicle accidents) but the intern can sort out the broken femurs that usually arise ready for operation next week. It will be hard to go back to being the first on call and ward monkey when we get back to the ...