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 ...
... We were left outside in the ******* rain banging on the door for like half an hour before they decided to let us in! Thankfully I've been training my chimp and managed to contain my rage as the guy casually opened the door in his boxers. We then entered our room to find a spider the size of my hand above our bed. To my disgust Jack picked up his shoe to kill it! I obviously insisted he captured it and released it. Eventually we got into our cosy bed and ...
... 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 ...
... to own a business that gets government contracts, when you are in government..... Guess who gets the contracts?! I guess it's the African way, but it is heart breaking for the people here who can see the country being bled dry by those in power who are meant to be looking out for those in need. We recently had a high powered politician's (and millionaire) daughter on the ward with a cervical spine injury. Very fortunately she had not damaged the spinal ...
... debate that almost all of our patients have never been formally employed or paid tax in their lives, so how do you justify the expense of that care…. Anyway, the delay is bad for the patient as they are likely to develop complications, but also for the hospital as those complications cost time and money. Paradoxically, the hospital would save money by opening a theatre over night. There are debates about whether it is safe to operate over night, but ...