Perry's Bridge Hollow
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... we had lunch on the porch and it was our own mini-buffett. I ate trout and it was OK! Then we went on our first safari drive. The "roads" are really bumpy all the animals use the roads. They are boundaries for the animals, but there are no fences, they just decide to make it a boundary.
We were about 10 feet away from a sleeping mother lion and her two 4 month old cubs. They played like ...
... a leisurely meal. Then it was time to head on to Kruger, stopping at the mall to stock up on supplies on the way. The traffic was terrible and we spent 15 minutes at one road works waiting for the oncoming cars. As a result it takes a lot longer to travel to Nygwenya Lodge than we anticipate and we are once again driving in the dark for the last half an hour. We are warmly welcomed at the lodge by Cedric and Felicity and are soon enjoying a drink on the verandah ...
... chalet we were informed that one of the neighboring chalets had some visitors, vervet monkeys. According to the resident of the chalet they had left the door to their chalet open and several monkeys began entertaining themselves inside, helping themselves to a meal (a fruit salad that had been conveniently left on a counter) and exploring their primate cousin's abode. After a great breakfast, Vivian and I decided to continue ...
After our tour of Pretoria we spent a restful ,well almost, afternoon walking in our hotel grounds and admiring all the birds! After carefully checking our 5 45 am call had been logged we went to bed but still we didn't get a call!! Luckily both of us feared this might happen and were awake! Our driver , Steve rang to say he'd be quarter of an hour late as his car was frozen!! Nearly unheard of in ...
... the surrounding villages come in hopes of hearing something, anything for the first time or after many years of being deaf. They perform these missions all over the world and I think do 20 or 30 a year sometimes giving away over 600 or more ear exams and hearing aids per day. These are all custom fit top of the line products and are made to last. The first thing they do is identify a need, put the word out that they will be here on a certain day, they then screen the ...