Kwandwe Private Game Reserve
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... sniffing the air. They keep their tails down out of sight as they head towards their prey, sleek, stealthy, confident they will get their reward. By now, it is completely dark and hard to see them without the glare of the spotlight which would give away their position, so we leave them to continue their hunt.
... the end of their trunks over the fruit- it was hilarious! We then all hopped back into the mini van and travelled 12km back to base camp where we all relaxed for a bit before dinner and then ate the tiny amount of minced meat and rice we were allowed. I was so knackered afterwards I lay down in bed and fell straight asleep! I was woken up about an hour later to be told that I had to be up bright and early at 5.30am for my first game ...
... classrooms but what they manage to do there is extraordinary, giving children with social problems and academic backlogs a primary school education and helping them to get into the high school. They're also looking to branch out into teaching voactional subjects too. We don't know exactly what we'll be doing but think we'll be used quite a lot in individual work. We'll see what our first full day tomorrow ...
... s garden. It is a feast! Dessert is the ice cream and pies we brought – pecan pie and lemon meringue.
We have some interesting discussions while everything is cooking, which continue throughout dinner. Annette’s other half is into managing farming ventures. He does a lot of work in Namibia with growing table grapes for export. We have guessed that all of the best produce grown in South Africa is actually for export, ...
... br> interesting how they monitor the boats, ships and hikers/walkers along the
coast. We also stopped at Perranporth and Newquay.
Last stop was in Truro. We took a stroll along the rivers
edge, then went to the beautiful Truro Cathedral and along the quaint cobbled
streets. Once a again a lovely day – we have been so blessed with great
Sadly, my time in the UK with Tarryn was over. Tearful
farewell, but ...