Kwandwe Private Game Reserve
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... We could see it flying low over the horizon. The pilot later told us he flew at “eye level”. We believed him. The helicopter then had to steer the animal into an open area, both to avoid injury to the animal and to allow the team room to work. We soon saw the little fellow (about two tons) stagger out and fall. The team gathered and began the process by covering his eyes and plugging his ears to keep him as calm as possible. ...
... my shoulder aching with each shot but I stay upright, delighted I got full marks. From machetes to rifles & shotguns, this has been quite an education already.
... them out until we were sure we’d left no trace of live fire. I never realised what a problem fires were until yesterday. A neighbouring reserve near to ‘Kwantu’ had an entire area of farmland costing 10 million wiped out by a bushfire two weeks ago.
Afterwards we walked back up the hilly mountain and got to cutting up over 100 grapefruits for four elephants that were waiting to be fed. It was one of the ...
... through the lessons on social skills and getting the students out of drugs etc and making them want to come to school. The school also provide a uniform and 3 meals a day for the students as well as food parcels to take home at the weekend. We're all looking forwards to getting to know the students better now and getting started with some one to one ...
... the activity on the beach. We then drove
to Hayle, bought a famous Philps Cornish Pastie, and ate it overlooking the
Hayle harbour. We then stopped at the Godrevy lighthouse for photos, then at
Hells Mouth, a beautiful spot with magnificent views down the wild cliffs to
the turbulent sea below.
Portreath Harbour was another place with lovely views. We
then stopped at a disused tin mine and picked blackberries along a Cornish