Protea Hotel Nelspruit
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... system, from what I understand of it thus far, is Taoist. I highly recommend researching it a bit because it can be applied to anyone, even if you already have a solid set of beliefs. Since this blog is about my travels, and not about Taoism, I’ll stick to the story of my journey. I will however, weave throughout these pieces Taoist moments.
So, in my new Taoist fashion, I have been releasing all tension ...
... out in a fight for dominance; hyenas nearly always give birth to twins and if they are the same sex, they fight to the death of the weaker sibling. Outside of the camp we were delighted to see a giraffe at the waterhole. It reminded us of those toys that collapse when you press the bottom, it seemed to fold its legs inward at the joints to allow its lengthy neck to reach way way down to the water. We saw a healthy population of white rhino. They ...
Word up! Here ye here ye!
We’re quite exhausted with an incredibly fun filled action packed few weeks... so we do apologise if this blog goes on foreeevvveeeerrrr...
First of all we had Nomies first African birthday and because she’s used to seeing fireworks on it we thought we’d merry on down to a local fire display (after a hefty steak) to enjoy a few fireworks in the cool summer eve. Now we weren’t expecting a ...
... to live there for the whole 8 weeks after having our first week in the township. Was good to relax though, and watch/laugh at aspects of the Olympics opening!
The weekend also saw us meet with Mike Sherman, a guy from the US Peace Corps who had been working in a secondary school in Kanyamazne for two years. Was interesting to hear from someone who is doing a similar thing to us about what worked for him.
So, the first week of school. It has ...
... and not providing the best photo op.) We did get some head shots of a lazy rhino laying down near the road and a Giant Kingfisher bird on the side of the bridge over the Sabi River just outside of the camp. But that was about it, so we came back into camp for a "tea break", pit stop, and to wait out the drizzle.
About 8:30am, we started to see some sun and elected to hit the road again. The animals seemed to enjoy the sun also and began to appear and feed. ...