Peermont Mondior Gaborone
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... the tree. He was really quite graceful and so much fun just to sit and watch. The day was filled with swimming, reading and generally hanging out at the waterhole. The kids were in the pool when an elephant came and drank from the muddy puddle directly below them, i think they were secretly a little freaked at how close it got. The meals are delicious and something to look forward to. At 4.30pm we headed out again. We were on the hunt again for the African Wild dogs which we ...
... from the day before was sitting next to us in the theater.
Sunday we went to Mokolodi game reserve which is just 30 min from our flat. It is a private game reserve that has a mix of antelope, kudu, rhinos, elephants, giraffes, zebra, hippos and other small animals. We did a game drive followed by a champange brunch that was set up for us in the bush. It was a pretty great little welcome party for Garrett!
... the wild dogs sighting. The wild dogs were active and we had to drive to keep up with them. There were three of them. They were running along the track and then they went off into the bush. Paul drove us off road so that we could keep up. The dogs then stopped running and stood still for a little while. They then lay down. We watched them and waited for them to become active again. After five minutes ...
... 200 kms away) and find the correct size of fan belt there, However we must not exceed 80 kms per hour and we must keep the air conditioning on full blast. He then assured us nothing would happen. As the sun was starting to set, we decided to make an early start.
Literally 10 ams outside of Mahalapye, the engine stalled and then jumped on the highway. I pulled over quickly and we were engulfed in thick acrid white smoke. Dad and I jumped out ...
This evening we had no guests, so I went with Paul for a drive to pick up staff from one of the gates. On the way out of the lodge, we stopped in the wetlands to briefly watch some water buck. The water buck were enjoying standing knee deep in the mud drinking and eating water grasses. We continued on and about thirty minutes later came to Vlei Pan - out of the best waterholes to see animals at.
At that moment ...