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... boarding and so we decided to camp for the night.
We found a good looking spot and pulled off the road about250m and
found some good hard-standing. Thinking we were out of sight, within
5 minutes a man walked past us going deeper inland. He ignored us
totally, but it shows how you are never alone even when you think you
... br> Do Magdy i Ani dolaczaja ich adoratorzy proszac o adresy i numery telefonow, poznajemy Tez meza Anne u ktorej wczoraj jedlismy obiad, akurat przechodzil przez miejsce gdzie pilismy kawe.
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Wracajac do domu pakujemy sie, niestety z prysznica nici bo niema wody i idziemy szybko do portu. Po ...
... who kept it in tip top condition. We only had to re proof the canvas (which began to leak on a trial expedition to Devon) and install a mosquito net before it was ready for an African Adventure. The Eezi Awn website does plug the option of a 'shower skirt' but we have found this to be unnecessary. If you are wild camping you will probably be in the middle of nowhere so will be able to enjoy showering naked with ...
... and dirty little dosh work and keeping all the Top Dog manager loads of dosh jobs for Chinese humans. The Toubakoutan Human used to make shiny pretty silver collars, claw rings and paw rings for humans to wear but now, everyhuman wants to buy less dosh pretty plastic collars and rings made by the land of China. Now the Toubakoutan Human has to sell wooden objects (but no sticks), which he does not share my love for, and has had ...
... spectacular, wheeling quite low above our heads. We caught a glimpse of vervet monkeys in the distance, but unfortunately couldn’t get anywhere near them. After breakfast, we relaxed by the pool (well, I did – Tony went off for a wander!), had lunch, and tried once again to capture the bee-eaters drinking from the pool.
And then our last canoe trip. It was slow at first, but then we saw an osprey (ringed in the UK!), and ...