Sunbird Livingstonia Beach
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Out on another patrol today in search of the elusive elephants. I just went out with two scouts today, hitting elephant hotspots, but alas to no avail. We did come across some fresh (that morning) elephant dung, but the elephants had long since vanished into the forest. On our return to camp the lead scout yelled something and began running, I immediately followed suit, not knowing what was going on, but deciding that ...
After a harrowing drive with Lynn and 8 of the scouts we arrived at the disembarkation point and we walked the remaining distance to the watering hole. Upon arrival we found a badly decomposed elephant carcass floating on the water. After some effort, the scouts were able to get the remains partially on shore, but it seems that as part of the decomposition, the head may have detached from the body and sank to the ...
After a somewhat fitful sleep, and awakening with no noticeable neurological deficits from the Doom that had been generously sprayed throughout my room, William and I accompanied another patrol into the forest. Although the scouts have seen some wildlife, not surprisingly, all sightings have eluded me (but in my own ...
... were required they could be ready in two days. I decided to go ahead with this and when it was all said and done, eye exam, frames and prescription lenses set us back $50. I'll pick them up on my return to Lilongwe, and not miss another animal.
Meeting Lynn was a treat. She is a very passionate woman and has a story to tell. She was disappointed that I was considering not staying the full time, and when I whining about no ...
... animal activity and poachers (both animal and tree poachers). If they come across a poacher they will detain the person and hand him over to the authorities (apparently not the case in Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa where they may be shot first and questionned later). The patrols apparently last about 6 hours, but because my group was saddled with an old timer, we ...